Our hotel was in the exact middle of Sao Paulo and there were sky scrapers as far as the eye could see in every direction...
The radio tower at the top right is called the Alvear Tower lol.
The red building at the bottom left is the Brasilian National Meuseum.
Vila Prudente, a new station right where my dad grew up. Notice the Police presence. They are everywhere in the subways to keep them nice so they dont become crime-holes.
Camp meeting church service
My Great-Uncle and his wife, Tia Hiedi. (he is Chilean, she is German)
Really modern subway stop. Police in the background.
Catedral Da Se
Inside the Cathedral
Right outside the main entrance to the cathedral. My Grandfather used to have church right in the middle of this area with his family
A crowded street by the cathedral
A Brasilian Court house.
House of Cheese Bread. Mmmm! Notice by my hand the great drink of Guarana; Kuat!
A train station my dad, his siblings, my grandparents frequented when traveling all over to preach. He would also preach here.
Another train stop in Lapa; outskirts of Sao Paulo. Another place where my dad's family lived
The Post office where my Grandfather was in line waiting when he got a Revalation of the Oneness of the Godhead.
See the pinkish building? Its the Martineli Building. When my dad was 11, they were having awesome church in the third floor from the top. All of a sudden firemen came bursting through the door yelling "Where's the fire!?" When the congregation looked outside the window there were thousands looking up at them from street level. What happened? They were seeing flames coming from the third floor from the top and sent firemen to put it out. The bulding to the left of the pink one is a bank that is in the exact middle of Sao Paulo.
Bank that is in the middle of Sao Paulo
The view down below
Top of a cell phone tower
A beautiful park in Curitiba
Capivara! The largest rodent in the world!!
My Great-uncle Adan (not adaM), and my Grandfather; Bishop Juan Baltisto Alvear
A very clean street in Curitiba. Curitiba is a very clean and green city.
One of the largest restaurants in the world, it can seat over 5,000 people.
Me and dad in Curitiba sight-seeing
Me and my cousin Adan. My uncle Adan's son, but the names are pronounced differently.
Bye bye Brasil! Leaving Curitiba, to Sao Paulo, to Houston, to Lake Charles!
Aaaand we start the 22 hour trip back to Louisiana!