Hotel Transamerica Sao Paulo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Arrived in São Paulo in afternoon, went for dinner in hotel at rooftop bar. Quit night but still no sleep.
... our James Brown burger in Belo Horizonte, our James Dean burger was disappointing. It had a big dollop of onion flavoured cream on it, and for some reason came with a side bowl of garlic mayo but nothing to dip in it. It was a bit gacky and overpriced. To be honest, even our foray into Brazilian fast food emporium Bob's Burgers was more successful gastronomically.
We had planned to watch Palmeiras, our adopted Brazilian football team, play on our ...
... and a friend of Rifaat's- Val- joined us and explained some of the cultural aspects of Brazil and their BBQs.
After the day's break we will be back to the football again with our second match in Sao Paulo and then our three day trip to Rio De Janeiro before our final three days in Sao Paulo- going quick but enjoying it greatly.
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... everyday and Acai ice cream is our new addiction. The Brazilian food is steaks, rice and beans and delicious! Further they offer anything you want in this city famous for nightlife and good food!
Soon it will be carnaval so many preparations going on in the city. We visit the school of samba and got a sneak preview of the real thing, the drums are amazing and they can dance impressively !
After a few days we leave São Paulo to travel south, to Florianopolis and the ...
... neighborhoods surrounding them were only one step removed from decrepit. I should add though that, in light of the well-publicized protests, it seemed appropriate that the graffito "$3,20 é roubo" was everywhere.
I suppose I may sound like the stereotypical judgmental and uncultured tourist, but I assumed São Paulo would share the chrome look of other rapidly developing metropolises like Shanghai or ...