Mabu Refugio Cheiro De Mato
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... only had a couple of days there I skipped a lot of the typical tourist galleries and museums and relied on Renato´s local knowledge to see and taste a few of the more unique places. Which included one completely packed restaurant which is famous for Coxinhas (sort of chicken and cheese filled potato croquettes).
Thankfully due to Renato's local knowledge I went to the Matarazzo Gallery. Being an ...
... up giving them to Nick who is making his way to Belo Horizonte in the hope of securing at least face value for the cursed items. 'That was an expensive decision you made' says a scowling Karen. 'What a difference a day makes!' is my reply. England's worst World Cup performance since 1958 aside, South America has been a truly incredible experience with every country offering something different for us to enjoy and savour. Onward now to the good old US of A. Next Stop: Miami, ...
... by the Catedral de Se. That was enough sightseeing for us! Back at the comfort of our hotel a cake was delivered to our room as a surprise for Nayan - it was delicious! Layers of pastry, fresh creme and custard; enough to convince us to have dessert before dinner :S
Sao Paulo is known as the city for foodies with great restaurants. We were both tired of Brazilian food and pasta so found a nice Thai restaurant to go to for Nayan's birthday ...
... I wasn't into it. Our next stop was Mercado Municipal. The market is 12,600 square metres. 15,000 employees handle 450 tonnes of food per day. Everything is on offer from meats to olives to wines to cheeses… you get the idea. Prepared foods are also available. Wiebke and I opted for a popular snack called a pastel. It consists of a thin pastry that envelops assorted fillings, in our case ham, cheese, and tomato, ...
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Whatever it is they have planned it will likely happen in the form of smartphones. Moacir told us that projected growth in mobile data is greater than projected growth in fixed internet lines in Brazil. He seems to think that the majority of the common Brazilian people will access the internet through their mobile device versus that of fixed line services. He said that in 2013 only 25% of the ...