Slaviero Executive Jardins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... impressed with the youth team I watched- their touch was impeccable and left me wondering what standard they play at.
So another overnight bus and finally my flight to São Paulo- now the World Cup can begin!
I was meeting my friend Leon at the world cup ticket pick up point at airport (he flew over just for the São Paulo games) and since he arrived 5 hours or so earlier than me I had a mini panic when he wasn't there as my phone had packed in and I had ...
The football seriously hindered our touristing of Sao Paulo as we kept getting distracted! Especially the Mexico v Brazil game, which whilst not held in SP lead to a major street party in Vila Madalena. We made the effort to walk to the centre & the Fifa fan fest, only for it to close due to overcrowding as we arrived. Perhaps that wasn't a bad ...
... This area we were in was home to Corinthians Paulista the 2nd most supported club in Brazil with an estimated 30 million fans. We visited the stadium which has been there home since the club was founded. However shortly after the World Cup they will be moving to the Arena of Sao Paulo which has been purpose built to hold some of the games during this years tournament. At the current stadium there was a Brazilian football museum which we spent a bit ...
... O.B. Accordingly on the way we stopped at a grocery store to buy a week's supply of liquor and cookies. The music was surprisingly good. I suppose many of the world's great cover artists are hiding out in Brazil. It was almost disconcerting to hear songs from our parents' coming-of-age in such a different setting. I should add though that after stumbling through Portuguese conversations all day long, I think Dan and I felt pretty proud of ourselves when we were ...
... it) had been closed for the annual São Paulo pride parade. Watching over a million people having one big party in a parade going down the street is quite spectacular, and colorful - It was like a mini carnival! By this time exhaustion was starting to set in, and I was elated to find a Starbucks a block away from my hotel... Life was good.
We met down in the lobby of the hotel around 7:30 to leave for our Welcome dinner at a Brazilian ...