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... a hostel jsme nasli bez vetsich problem.
Sao Paulo je masivni metropole s priblizne 19 miliony obyvatel, vice nez 2 nebo 3 krat vetsi nez Londyn. Nekolikrat jsme slyseli, ze Sao Paulo je prezdivane betonova dzungle a hodne lidi rika, ze je lepsi tam po ceste nezastavovat. Ale my jsme nemeli na vybranou, jelikoz zadny primy spoj nebyl k dispozici a take jsme svym zpusobem chteli videt jake je mesto, ktere je az takhle velke.
Ctvrtek 4. prosince
We wake up and pack up our things, as today, after 2 weeks of travelling through South America, we will be leaving for the US. Blake and I have a flight at 10:45 while David's is at 11:45, so of course we leave probably a bit too late. We take a cab to the airport, luckily there was no traffic so we get there with plenty of time. This good, because the line to check my bag moves at a snails pace and it take 30 minutes to check it. We say ...
... sushi. We walked around and bought some sake for later. In the historic center of the city we saw the cathedral, some government buildings, another urban park area, and some great architecture. We happened upon an all-women's group practicing for carnival. With drums, tambourines, beaded gourds, and dancers, they had a great Afro-Brazilian music show going on (see video). But the sun was hot and we moved on after a short while. We tried to go up the tallest building in ...
... around our hood before the masses awoke and found a church that was as gorgeous as the locals that step inside. We had never seen anything like it – the interior walls were covered in blue and white tiles with Biblical stories, saints and the Virgin Mary painted on them. The bathroom was even decorated and smelled like roses. The Praša Nossa Senhora do Brasil was quite a find to stumble upon.
... In 2003 these limits were set at a minimum of 20% and a maximum of 25%. Since July 1, 2007 the mandatory blend is 25% of anhydrous ethanol and 75% gasoline or E25 blend. The lower limit was reduced to 18% in April 2011 due to recurring ethanol supply shortages and high prices that take place between harvest seasons. The Brazilian car manufacturing industry developed flexible-fuel vehicles that can run on any proportion of gasoline (E20-E25 blend) and hydrous ...