Banri Hotel

Address: R. Galvao Bueno, 209, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01506000, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the area of Sao Paulo, is near Parque Estadual da Cantareira, Museum of Modern Art, Praca da Se, and Planetarium (Planetario).
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      Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo

      Friday Night is Going Down in Flames

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Sep 26, 2014

      2 comments

      ... to get into a sleep inducing position, and being the cheapest option it is most likely to have the more unpleasant/I'm going to try and steal your stuff kinda people. The full sleeper was an extra 20 so we are going to see how it works out this time on a shorter (12hour) journey. I could still do with picking up some valium or diazipam though, from what I understand it is prescription only here.

      At the bus stop we said cheerio to James ...

      Feijoada and havaianas

      A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Dec 07, 2013

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      We arrived in Sao Paolo around 7.30 and we were all exhausted. Georgie and I definitely did not sleep, I think I had about an hour. We took a taxi - they have a great system where you pay in a booth and then just give the ticket to the taxi driver. We drove to Tiago's (Paula's boyfriend) house as Marcella was taking a test this morning (she studies architecture). He let us in and then provided us with 2 mattresses in his ...

      Day 2 - More visits

      A travel blog entry by dmerkel11 on Jun 04, 2013

      4 photos

      ... Airbus and Boeing as air framers. Although all raw materials have to be imported, the aluminum (from AlCoa) is worked at their plants in Brazil and is considered "nationalized" so they only consider about 70% of the finished product to be imported. This was the first (but not the last time) that we heard that concept of "nationalizing" imported raw material. This seems to be very important to them here with ...

      Bloco e Futebol

      A travel blog entry by amy_michael on Feb 08, 2013

      14 photos

      ... harmless, but nonetheless intimidating when you don't speak their language. Our tour guide reassured us that all they wanted were homes, and as we had none of these in our pockets we were safe, but still advised us not to come back on our own.

      That evening, after another deluge and a melt in your mouth pizza, we headed out to a street party near to the one we'd headed to the night before with some people we'd met on the bus to Sao Paulo, some Paulistanos they'd met, ...

      Movie review of The Hunger Games

      A travel blog entry by matt81 on Apr 19, 2012

      10 photos

      ... resource driven, wealth divided, Orwellian society, resonates with current events and the associated imagery provided within the movie is very well done indeed. The apocalyptic, survival skill minded world created within Games, is also reminiscent of Margaret Atwood's recent Year of the Flood, where futurisitc communities struggle for livlihood amidst a world ruled by corporations and constantly altered by ...