WZ Jardins - Lorena Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... local instead of a tourist. We wanted a week of not doing much and instead catching up on chores (blog, photo editing etc) and doing local Brazilian things. Thais was the perfect host and certainly gave us an authentic Brazilian experience. This was exactly what we needed, normality.
Our time spent with Thais involved keeping fit :-) We went on lots of runs around the neighbourhood. Man was it hilly where she lived and a good way to get fit after 3 months of no ...
... where one can get some great views of the park. On our way to the art gallery we stopped had some Brazilian pastel (In Brazil, pastel is a typical fast-food Brazilian dish, consisting of half-circle or rectangle-shaped thin crust pies with assorted fillings, which are deep fried in vegetable oil. The result is a crispy, brownish fried pie. The most common fillings are ground meat, mozzarella, heart of ...
The first leg of my 44 hour journey went relatively quickly. I was able to sleep periodically and attempted to get through a couple of movies but crashed only a couple minutes in. Throughout the flight nervousness over what awaited me in Caracas had grown. I can't speak a word of Spanish, how will everything on arrival go smoothly? Would it be the adventure I was hoping for? What would the other Trekkers be like? Most of these questions I could not answer but I was comforted in ...
... are dirty and covered in soot. Lots of gorgeous facades, just crumbling away like in Rio and Havana. In many ways, São Paulo looks like the zombies have taken over, and with the fast ones from “28 Days Later.”
I’ve been a couple times, but each time I’ve only seen the inside of hotels and restaurants. This time I worked a trade show on the other side of town, so I got to ...
... lunch. It was another buffet style restaurant, with very tasty food and Caipirinha shots (yes, they serve them for lunch - loved it). From there we took a little walk to our next business visit through an neighborhood called Vila Olimpia. It was a mixed residential and commercial neighborhood with a vibrant crowd of young professionals. As we walked what struck me was the amount of new high-rise construction that was going on in the city. There was definitely a growth spurt ...