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We started the day off with a huge and very satisfying lunch at St Louis which was only 2 blocks away from the apartment. Gourmet burgers with the juiciest patties I've ever had served with refreshing lemonade & berry lemonade. We had the classic burger with melted Swiss cheese, pickles, tomatoes, lettuce and onions and the famous pepper crust ...
After a long day of walking sustained by only a couple pieces of
toast, and a triple espresso. I went back to the hotel for a rest and a
little freshening up. I figured I needed to get preemptive on the impending crash.
But first, a pit stop at the Irish Pub around the corner. O’Malley’s. I
had planned to stop in last night, but it was crowded and loud when I
walked by with a line out the ...
... It was the story of two famous singers, father and son, and their complicated relationship. In my opinion, good movie, great soundtrack. From the movies, we wandered over to Livraria Cultural (Cultural Bookstore). It was HUGE. The store has three floors of books, movies, and music with an emphasis on the book. Honestly, I could have spent all day in the Livraria! However, our stomachs started speaking to us louder than the books. We headed to a ...
... with envy.
The prices unfortunately were not very backpacker friendly and although it was very cool, arty and trendy we had to say goodbye to Brazil. Our time had come to an end. It was not cheap, definitely as expensive as the UK, and being the 8th largest economy with impressive growth it has firmly established itself as another influential power in the making. As with China and India it was strange that its biggest exports such as good coffee were hard ...
... the terminal. I thought: sweet there's accommodation in the terminal so I followed the security guard. He then walked over to an elevator and pointed to the floor next to it and said there you go. It wasnt quite what I expected but it was cheap and what made it better was that the security guards would walk past and keep and eye on me so it was probably one of the safest places I had slept. In the morning I had some breakfast (all I could find was a hamburger) and ...