Paulista Center Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Happy birthday to me lovely sister! It feels like last week that I was wishing you happy birthday from the Galapagos! Time has flown by! I can't believe you are 20 already!
Sam and I started our day a little hungover, but we decided to go for a walk anyway and do some exploring of Sao Paulo. Bruno gave us a few recommendations of places that we have to check out, so we started our day by walking down Avenida Paulista which is one of the nicest streets in Sao Paulo.
... we found a nice restaurant to settle down in and watch the game and what a game it was! I forgot to mention that Brazil had lost argueably their star player Neymar to a fractured back from a dirty tackle in their last game and their captain Thiago Silva the rock in the Brazilian back line. Everyone was hopeful but sombre as Germany came out ferocious, playing a completely different game of football they scored ...
Some more listening for your lugs... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeN9c2G YJkk
From one city to another. Aidan and I got the overnight coach to Sao Paulo and had a quick power-nap at our usual penthouse apartment courtesy of Debs and Andrea, (rahhh!), before going downtown to meet the ever breezy Brisa, (her mates call her Bacardi). Saw loads of riot police standing outside a building presumably waiting for someone to come out. They literally had the place ...
... have bullet-proof windows. And their inhabitants are gorgeous, drop dead Latin gorgeous, and impeccably dressed. The men walk around with swagger and steely eyes, and women walk the streets as if they were straight out of central casting for an Enrique Iglesias video.
There’s not much culture or history here though, so non-working hours are mostly filled with eating. This neighborhood is a ...
... street art walking tour from the Time Out guide along with a dot where T.O. said the coffee shop was. Three hours later, and I am sitting in the Millenia lunchateria eating buttered toast. BEST TOAST EVER!!! I walked all over town, saw a lot (the photo link is on my photo page) but never found that coffee shop.
The map was good in that it covered the whole city. Thorough is good but 576 sq miles if thorough, not so much. All that thoroughness, ...