Pekin Palace Hotel

Avenida Brasilia, 1910, Aracatuba, State of Sao Paulo, 1601 8000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Brasilia, 1910, Aracatuba, is near Centro Cultural Banco DO Brasil, Parque Estadual da Cantareira, Museum of Modern Art, and Praca da Se.
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    Travel Blogs from Aracatuba

    Brazil's Fallen Hero and the Rest of My Life

    A travel blog entry by jaopperman on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... it’s all you hear about. And it is pretty depressing. Poor guy. It’s got to be killing him. Thankfully though, he’ll be fine in a month, which for back injuries is a good thing. I think it really rocked the whole country though. Neymar is an idol here. I’ve never seen so many people come together to support one thing (soccer) much less one person. I guess now he’s more like a martyr. From a logistics point of view, we could be fine. Neymar honestly ...

    There's an awful lot of coffee in Brazil.

    A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on Jun 24, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... police badges, and the bus drivers just play along with these dumb tourists.
    So far so good, we haven't been kicked off yet.

    Near the metro there is a supermarket, and I can't resist going in to check out what people buy to eat. Good selections of fruit and vegetables, meat prices are half what they are for us in Oz, as are the price what we pay, as naturally is coffee. There's an awful lot of coffee in Brazil.


    The last steps before the finish line

    A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus on Jul 13, 2013

    ... that there were 10 committees that ranged from technology, hotels, air and more. There is actually an application and interview process in order to be on the committee. ALAGEV wants members that are serious about helping the industry. They often drive research and conversation topics for conferences. Later we met with Dr. Beth Wada at the University of Anhembi Morumbi, who is in charge of the hospitality management program. I found her presentation over the ...


    A travel blog entry by hemills on Sep 18, 2012

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    ... or bored, he and the other little one ran off to play, leaving me chuckling. "Out of the mouths of babes..."

    4) Liberation Theology breakout group: We reached the part in the model of Contemporary theology where we concentrate on one of the Latin American theologies (Liberation or Integral Mission) or on the current Charismatic movement in Brasil. It's fabulous. I'm in the liberation theology class. I only knew the tip of the ...

    Day 20: A Gray Day in São Paulo

    A travel blog entry by superhotjesh on May 13, 2012

    ... two lanes for the cars, a total of four 'cos it's a two-way road. Also there was no traffic at all! I commend the Brazil for there amazing roads! HAHA! I got to see some cities we passed by and some views from the mountains. When we arrived in São Paulo, all I can see were buildings and the gray sky. Ari's father announced, "Welcome to the gray city of São Paulo!", which made me chuckle. I am not exaggerating even for just a bit! It was really gray and cold...