Tulip Inn Paulista Convention
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Hotel, I kicked my shoes off and did just that.
Renaissance Hotel was another Marriott wonder. Majority of their guests being business travellers, they also had meeting rooms and club lounges for their guests. The mission of this brand is to help their guests discover the city, new foods, new bands, or what have you. This mission was very well translated at the property level with a sushi bar (remember the ...
... national anthem much to the annoyance of the Luis Suarez doppelgänger (without the teeth) in the row in front of us. He gets his own back however when his lookalike scores and turns around grabbing and gyrating his ****** like Michael Jackson but with more aggression. 'We'll move at half time' says Karen sensibly eyeing several empty seats. We end up moving to the other end of the stadium where the England fans are situated and find a good position standing ...
... The weather wasn't great again, but we didn't mind so much as we were underwater most of the time. Another evening of R&R with an omelette for dinner and a few games of rummy (I kicked Nayan's ass)!
After checking out of the hostel, we made our way down to the pier to catch the boat back to the mainland for our transfer to Paraty. While killing time waiting for the boat, we decided to try some Acai - sorbet made from Acai berries from ...
... of every dish in Brazil...
- you would not believe the quantity of beer there is... I thought we were quite competitive in France, but now this is a joke. Two full alleys of beer that is.
- there is a little space with tables and chairs to eat some "salgadinhos" (deep fried stuff, "rissois"), made to order, for people to enjoy in the supermarket itself.
- even though the supermarket is huge, there is simply a lot of the same product every time you look for ...
After Lonely P describing Sao Paulo as a 'Monster' - referring to its 19million population, 15,000 bars, 110 first rate museums, 12,500 first rate restaurants and more skyscrapers than you could ever possibly be count, we were abit sceptical about going but as it was on the way to Iguazu we thought we'd go for a couple of days.
After having an argument in Portuguese with a Brazilian guy on the overnight plane about ...