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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very excited to see Argentina! Next stop ...
... Pereira, 707, 8th floor (Inovateca)Jabaquara SP CEP 04344-902
§ 12:00PM Lunch included at Congonhas Prime restaurant (one drink per person included)
§ 3:00P-5:00P: Natura
Speaker: Jimena Berlanga
Topic: Site Visit to Factory, distribution center, vertical factory and service lane
Address: Rodovia Anhanguera, Km 30,5, city of Cajamar, São Paulo
3pm: Arrival at Natura and site tour
... Everything looks very early 20th century: too old to look modern but too new to look historical. High rises are everywhere but many buildings are dilapidated. We visit the Pinacoteca museum which has a remarkable collection of Brazilian art and take a stroll through Parque Luz, a lovely little park complete with what must be the world´s coolest outdoor gym and straddling one of the nicer looking buildings in Centro, the newly ...
... situated in a region famous for its sushi. I think Karen booked this
hostel after her disastrous luck with meals in Brazil. Apparently, Sao Paulo has more Japanese people living there than any other place outside of Japan and the sushi was some of the freshest and best I have ever tasted.
We only had one night here and this was to be the last part of our South America adventure together as Karen had to fly back ...
... wine expert – well I’ve got so far as being able to tell the difference between a cabernet sauvignon, a merlot and and a malbec (yes I know it’s on the label).
As well as my lack of insight into the continent, unfortunately there has been nothing remotely philosophical about my posts either– but then again what do I know about philosopy. I know there is some bloke called Plato and that there is this thing called existentialism (I thought ...