By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – About two and a half hours driving northeast from the largest city in South America, São Paulo, lies Campos do Jordão, a favorite spot for Brazilians to spend weekends during the winter months.
Nestled among the Mantiqueira Mountains, the quaint city attracts visitors with its Swiss-like architecture and single-digit temperatures (celsius) during the months of July and August.
Although usually calm and a known . . .