Tulip Inn Paulista Convention
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... change though. Dinner was just a couple of Nutella sandwiches. I sat around for a while and then went to bed.
Sat 9/8 I got up and had breakfast. It was the best I have had so far. Fresh fuit salad, juice, rice poridge, a kind of savory cake, good coffee as well. Afterwards I took the metro to the start of my walking tour in the city centre. The tour was ok but it turns out there is not a lot to see in Sao Paulo. Just a bunch of buildings. I did get ...
... month old baby with them proves to be a master stroke as we avoid nearly every queue going and also obtain access to the less busy family area where I can actually see the screen. The only disappointment being that our attempts to drink beer in the section are thwarted by over zealous security personnel! The game and Brazil's performance is a touch underwhelming and I am constantly surprised by the confidence the nation shows in the teams ability to win the trophy. ...
... on the bus. A beautiful, secluded beach with shallow calm water...I waded out about 200m and was still able to stand up. We enjoyed a perfect day followed by a falafel dinner at Istanbul, a Turkish cafe near the hostel.
The next day we were leaving for a night bus to Sao Paulo - we still had the whole day so went on a Jeep tour to some nearby waterfalls and cachaca distilleries. I stupidly forgot to take my swimsuit with me (even though Nayan ...
With a state holiday on Tuesday, we had a bit of a slow start in Sao Paulo. Most people took Monday off as well to enjoy an extra long weekend. Luckily the sales director for Radisson Faria Lima was around to offer us a site tour of our hotel as well as a nearby property, the Clarion. The Radisson is in the midst of renovations. Public spaces are complete, but a large number of guestrooms are on the docket to be ...
... a short 4 hour hop to Sao Paulo. Once we were allowed to recline our seats, I made mine into a bed and promptly went to sleep. Got a good solid 3 hours of shut eye!
Our flight arrived with several other flights at 8:30am, but since most people were still sleepy and confused as where to go, I was one of the first people in the immigration line. I only had to wait about 20 min, and then I was through. Going to baggage claim, my bags ...