Address: Av. Dionisia Alves Barreto, 500, Osasco, State of Sao Paulo, 06086-040, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Dionisia Alves Barreto, 500, Osasco, is near Teatro Municipal, Instituto Butanta, Museu de Arte Contemporanea, and Lake Esmeralda.
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    Travel Blogs from Osasco

    Brazil's Fallen Hero and the Rest of My Life

    A travel blog entry by jaopperman on Jul 08, 2014

    4 photos

    ... in English. My Portuguese, if anything, is regressing, since all I speak with my classmates is English. Also, I have stopped thinking in Portuguese, which is a bummer. On the other hand, my ability to understand Spanish is probably improving -_- I am frustrated. I said goodbye to Fernanda on Friday, since she’s heading off to Europe. It was sad, but also, she’s going to have a great time and I get to see her in less than a month, which is awesome. I went to FIFA Fan ...

    Countdown to Kick Off!

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jun 13, 2014

    19 photos

    ... for years, uncompleted. Well, it seems that Panini is a way of life out here. On the tour we saw quite a few groups of adults, anywhere from 20-60 years of age, (not pre-pubescent boys), getting rid of their "swapsies" in the middle of the street. "Ere mate I'll swap you my Roberto Baggio for one of your shineies" They were taking it very seriously with whole piles of stickers being shuffled and sifted and lists ticked off on paper. Awesome insight into ...

    São Paula, Brazil

    A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Apr 15, 2014

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    Day 15- Ferry to Angris. Dropped us off an hour later at Angris port. Reeked of fish. The 200 people that got off the ferry disappeared within seconds. After standing in the rain for 15 minutes just staring at each other we realised that we're screwed. No one speaks English. Everyone stared at us like they were gunna kill us. Finally got a taxi to the terminal. 7 hr bus ride. Stopped for a poo break. There was no toilet paper. Toms quote, "I might just have to slowly **** out ...

    Sao Paulo: Ollie Vs Food

    A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on May 30, 2013

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... ve never seen anything like it. There were small shops lining both sides of every street, and bizarrely, each shop sold only one product. We saw wool shops, fabric shops, embroidery accessory shops, gift bag shops, gift box shops, wrapping paper shops, pinata shops. To us, it seemed really old-fashioned, as we're so used to huge multi-purpose shops.

    Another thing we've noticed here is that there are a lot of employees. And I mean a LOT. We've seen small supermarkets with ...

    Report on Sabbath March 30th

    A travel blog entry by jorgedecampos on Mar 31, 2013

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... evening we went to another group were I gave a brief message about obeying God and doing what is pleasing to Him.
    This morning, before leaving Carlos home we did a brief Bible Study on the wave sheaf and counting 50. Pertinent as today is the day of the wave sheaf offering.
    Overall it was successful and God blessed all the activities.
    Enjoy the last day of Unleavened Bread, and may God's peace and grace be with you all.
    In Christian love,
    Jorge de Campos