Tryp Nacoes Unidas
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... have 18 minutes to find your luggage, otherwise, you miss your plane. 18 minutes. No problem. I can find it in 18 minutes. Well, not even in Brazil can they walk you past the "point of no return" near the baggage claim. She pulls out a radio and radios to someone on the inside about a lost gringo baggage and needs to be brought to where we were (at least that's what I gathered she said). Apparently the last name Travers in Portuguese is ...
We had breakfast in the hostel which wasn't anything special compared to Bambu hostel and then headed out into the city. We took the metro to the main square called Sè which had the citys main cathedral, called St Pauls Cathedral which in Portuguese stands for Sao Paulo Cathedral. This was nice but more modern than previous ones we had seen and it had a service on while we was visiting so couldn't have a real nosey around. After walking around ...
... been. This meant we missed getting tickets for the next bus to Foz du Iguacu and we had to spend the night in Sao Paulo. We went into an internet room at the bus station and started searching for good areas to stay in and hostels within that area and during this found lots of horror stories within all the areas. Fun! Ended up booking to stay at Saci Hostel nearby Vila Madalena area. Saci Hostel ...
... entrance it also houses the Museu do Futebol or Football Museum. I got a nice panorama shot of the inside of the stadium, and you can just imagine what it must be like during a game with the Brazilians football culture.
From there we headed to a local restaurant for lunch, called A Mineira (http://www.grupoamineira.com.br/nossos -restaurantes/restaurante-a-mineira/). It was a buffet style restaurant with many different types of authentic Brazilian ...
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