Category Archive: Sao Paulo

Oct 01

Exploring São Paulo’s Municipal Market

As soon as anyone I interacted with knew I was visiting the market, they encouraged me to visit the Hocca Bar, a São Paulo tradition, which is original creator of the city’s famous codfish pastry (pastel de bacalhau) an iconic dish that’s part of São Paulo’s cultural heritage.

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Dec 08

Impressive Cathedral da Se, Scary Location

Religious Focal Point It’s walking distance from Liberdade to the Cathedral da Se.  The great thing about Cathedrals is they make great landmarks.  Sao Paulo is a city full of high rises, and it’s difficult to get your bearings, but a spire is easy to spot – and when there’s two talls ones to head for, …

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Nov 20

Feira da Liberdade, São Paulo

Sunday Sightseeing It’s Sunday, and I keep hearing about the fabulous markets in São Paulo.  I’m tired from my flight, but I’m determined to make the most of my time here.  So after a quick change of clothes, I grab my camera and head out into the great unknown. Little Japan I’ve lost count of the …

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Nov 14

Melissa: The Art of Shoes in Brazil

Sao Paulo’s Melissa Galeria merges the retro-futuristic ’60 vibe, with Barbie girl glamour & the convenience of on-line browsing into 1 modern retail experience. If you’re a shoe-girl – this should pique your interest.

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Aug 09

Perceptions of São Paulo Brazil

Before my 1st business trip to Brazil, I decided to research my destination. Although initial perceptions were about carnivals and jungle, the reality of Sao Paulo turned out to be a little more different.

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