Travel Inn Montecattini
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... one of the high risers to have a view of Sao Paulo. By the time we got there it was unfortunately closed, so we head to nearby market ‘Mercado Municipal’, where we fell into a tourist trap and bought some very overpriced fruit. We then wondered through the streets for a while and headed to the oldest art museum in town called ‘Pinacoteca’. This part of town was overcrowded, dirty and there were loads of dodgy characters around. We decided to head ...
... was a well-deserved title.
To prove an earlier point, when Argentina lost in the finals, there were riots in the capital and Argentineans started fights in Sao Paulo and Rio. Brazil got creamed in the semi-finals and all that came out of it were internet memes. Man I love this country.
Lastly, I am so bummed the World Cup is over. I loved seeing flags everywhere and seeing people wearing yellow and green. ...
... me a place to stay in the center of the city. Romulo speaks decent English and turns out to be a great host. Romulo, Pam and I went to Via Madalena, the hip area of own where most tourists stay and sought out live samba. We weren't very lucky as there was little live music. Just lots of tourists and locals drinking beer. Kinda boring in my opinion. Pam left around 11pm and I stayed with Romulo for another beer or two before going back with him to his house. I was gifted my ...
... are dirty and covered in soot. Lots of gorgeous facades, just crumbling away like in Rio and Havana. In many ways, São Paulo looks like the zombies have taken over, and with the fast ones from “28 Days Later.”
I’ve been a couple times, but each time I’ve only seen the inside of hotels and restaurants. This time I worked a trade show on the other side of town, so I got to ...
... could run on ethanol, gasoline or any mixture of the two, thanks to technology that could identify the precise fuel mixture in the tank at any given time, and adjust engine performance to match. The novelty led to a new wave of growth in the sugarcane industry, which was helped along by concerns surrounding the availability and cost of fossil fuels and growing fears about the environment and global warming. All of these combined to make ethanol an increasingly viable ...