Tulip Inn Paulista Convention
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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One of my first observations of São Paulo is the amount of helicopters that fill the skies at any given time. Watching from below, I count five in one half an hour period leading me to pose the question of why to my friend of a friend Chris, an Englishman who has adopted Peru as his home and is on a World Cup holiday with wife and new born baby. 'It's the upper classes' he says in his Geordie accent, 'they avoid the traffic and fly everywhere'. On cue, no sooner has ...
... were packed with shoppers. There were quite a few Brazil party supply and novelty stores in this neighbourhood. Oh how we could have used these during Carnival!
After asking a number of times for directions to the market we finally found it. It was in a lovely building with amazing stained glass windows. There were fruit vendors, fish, meat, spices, cheeses, restaurants, souvenirs, nuts, you name it! I tried the fruit from the ...
... nonchalantly sitting by himself drinking a coffee.
About my host Dad, he's an impressive man. Together with his wife, Tânia, Élcio runs a weekday lunch restaurant where I eat in between classes. It's a pay-by-the-pound buffet which features a different style of cuisine every day. All of the food there is quite good, but I'm particularly partial to the shrimp pie.
Tânia and Élcio have two daughters. Tamié lives in the apartment with her 8-year-old son, Mattheus. ...
... really cool and helpful guys. After discovering Sao Paulo didn't have too much to see other than Museums we went for a walk around Vila Madalena neighbourhood which wasn't too far from our hostel. After seeing some nice buildings, we stumbled across a Bruno Munari exbo at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake, really poncy not really worth seeing. We carried on for a few blocks and we found a street called Beco do Batman, really ...
... have booked myself into a hostel for 2 nights.
The flight itself only took about 1 1/2 hours, compared to 18 hours on the bus. The view coming into land was awesome. Great Sao Paulo is huge. It has over 22 million people living in the greater area. I landed at 4.30 pm nd started to have a mild panic attack as earlier this morning, I had realised that I was overdrawn in my main travel account and needed to transfer money ...