Adagio Sao Paulo Moema
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Adagio Sao Paulo Moema
Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... nothing about soccer). Super interactive and educational in a way you couldn't get bored. Sam had an absolute ball trying to kick a goal past a simulated goalie. He failed but for some fluke reason I scored. He wasn't happy.
Later that night we headed to a pub down the road in Vila Madalena to watch a soccer game with our crew at the hostel. 3 English, 2 Aussies and our Japanese mate that owned the hostel. We all spent ...
... para-chi) is a quaint ocean side town with a Portuguese cobblestone historic centre, similar to Colonia, and brightly colored doors and windows. We checked into our Pousada (our room had bunk beds as well as a double bed) and headed out to explore the city in the drizzle. We wandered around a few shops and stopped for coffee/a submarino (warm milk that they add a bar of chocolate to) with Aisha, Dave, Martina, Silje and Egil. When they ...
... 50 cent crumbed steak option. They decide that maybe gravy is not a product in Brazil and settle for some stock instead. The duo head further a field on their next walking adventure. After a quick google search the pair head in search of a park. Ryan not too impressed that it's 9.6km away. Cirsty assures him that it will be worth the walk. Ryan persuades Cirsty into wearing some of their fanatic gear on the walk so people know they ...
... sushi. We walked around and bought some sake for later. In the historic center of the city we saw the cathedral, some government buildings, another urban park area, and some great architecture. We happened upon an all-women's group practicing for carnival. With drums, tambourines, beaded gourds, and dancers, they had a great Afro-Brazilian music show going on (see video). But the sun was hot and we moved on after a short while. We tried to go up the tallest building in ...
... thing on one of the sides. I did not go in since
the weather was still terrible and instead opted to walk the whole
length of the ave a few times. I love just walking around the city with
no objective which is what I did for about 3 hours. The highlight of the
walk was seeing Brazilian Elvis at the museum entrance…kind of weird. I
also noted an abundance of PDA just on the street. I would be walking
past and ...