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Day 4-Food Tasting

Waking up late was great. In the morning we all took showers and ate breakfast at the hotel. The hotel served us up some pao de queijo, which is cheese bread, and coffee. After we ate breakfast everyone took a walk on the beach infront of the hotel and collected shells. For lunch we traveled to Santa Gula, a little restaurant in Sao Paulo that is located in an old house’s backyard. They serve Italian and Brazililan food; we just happened to eat Feijoada, which is beans and meat with rice. For desert we ate a sweet desert with condensed milk as the main ingredient. After lunch we drove around the city, looking at different buildings until dinner. We ate at the Souto Maoir, a resturaunt that only seats 20 people at a time. Along with the restauraunt is an art gallery that shows many different but random artifacts. The Souto Maoir serves South American spicy food. We ate churrasco, which is a type of beef that is somewhat spicy, with rice at this resturaunt. For desert we had brigadeiro which a chocolaty fudge candy. As soon as we ate dinner, we rode back to the hotel and rested.



Posted by JMKCK 07:00

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