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TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada Zilah Sao Paulo
Friendly staff, free wifi, beds not that comfy but food in the restaurant (both the free breakfast and the lunch/dinner you can buy) is really really fantastic. The area is nice and it's only ten minutes (sadly uphill) to Av. Paulista.
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