Travel Inn Park Avenue
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the hostel and go out for dinner in Vila Madalena. Femi has really been looking forward to some good steak or rodizio while in Brazil, but so far didn’t have
the opportunity. Even tonight we wondered around and ended up in a very good fish and seafood place in Vila Madalena we saw earlier in the day. It was worth it, the food was really good. They do say that Sao Paulo is a place for great food, you just need to know where to go. We even heard that the pizza is Sao ...
... trying to figure out the words to the national anthem and seeing all of the drama and emotion that came out of the games. It’s almost as great as the Olympics. So now it’s over and I am sad. The entire city has taken down its green and yellow for another four years.
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... bedroom and bed. I had a nice hot shower and a good nights sleep, despite the oppressive heat. In the morning I started my day watching some Olympics. Then Romulo and I ate some Feijoada, a typical Brazilian dish. We went to a giant urban park and visited the Afro-Brazilian museum. This museum was free, as are most in Sao Paolo, and it was one of the best museums I've visited this whole trip. Three floors of art and historical artifacts included modern, contemporary ...
... of the city when rushing around in taxis. Naturally though, we stayed in the posh neighborhood of Jardins that is home to one of the most expensive shopping streets in South America, Rua Oscar Freire. People here are rich, as in generations of owning Brazilian pineapple plantation rich, not new movie star rich. The huge homes of this area are surrounded by high fences topped with electric wires, guard houses, and ...
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