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parque do ibirapuera

On friday we wanted to escape a bit from the city center of Sao Paulo and it was a great idea to spend couple of hours in parque do ibirapuera. It is the biggest green space in Sao Paulo, in addition it serves as a center of the city's cultural life with: museum of contemporary art, museum of modern art, afro-brazil museum and a big auditorium wich looks like a spaceship from star trek.
During the lunchtime we had a meeting with Daniel from CS. It was a nice time. He has showed us typical japaneese restaurant in av paulista. Since there is a big japanese comunity in Sao Paulo, there are plenty of japanese restaurants but it is hard to pick a good one when you are a gringo. Thanks to Daniel we know right now that japanese don't always eat sushi and sashimi. There are plenty of japanese dishes which are really exellent and have nothing in common with sushi.
And the night... Again creazy samba night with our new buddies from Sao Paulo. Unfortunatelly they are leaving tomorrow for a month to Europe.

Posted by SENDI 12:45 Archived in Brazil

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sounds exciting! Post some pics please...

by NataSendAl

i will, sooner or later :)


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