Bourbon Atibaia Convention & Spa Resort

Rodovia Fernao Dias, Km 37,5, Atibaia, State of Sao Paulo, 85863-000, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Rodovia Fernao Dias, Km 37,5, Atibaia.
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    Countdown to Kick Off!

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... Marina where I was meeting up with Aidan who had just arrived in SP and his Brazilian friend Debs who lived in what seemed a fairly nice suburb. We arrived at Debs block of flats and after some fairly stringent building security zoomed up to her penthouse apartment on the 23rd floor. The views were incredible. Skyscrapers in every direction as far as they could see. Literally thousands. I think I referred to Rio as a sprawling megalopolis. Well, I've downgraded ...

    Worship conference

    A travel blog entry by timwears on Jul 14, 2013

    ... by Juliana, I gave a talk on the biblical basis for worship. Then, after a short break and a skit about how not to prepare worship, I gave another talk on 'preparing worship with the use of the bible'. I had to leave at 12pm to catch my flight to Lima, which meant my second talk was highly compressed, and I had barely finished when Ian and I left for the airport. That didn't stop some eager young Peruvians rushing out and ...

    Iguazu falls, Floranopalis, Sao Paulo and Paraty

    A travel blog entry by samantha.miller on Jul 15, 2012

    10 photos

    ... they didn'tt actually get off the bus to get their Brazilian entrance stamps despite getting their Argentinian exit stamps... This meant that they were now in Brazil illegally and after a bit of advice from the local they had to make their way back to the boarder to avoid any trouble with the police. They did manage to do this and are now in the country legally despite arriving in Rio a little late.
    We headed to Floranopalis not realising the size of ...

    So proud in Sampa!

    A travel blog entry by natandhayley on Mar 01, 2012

    Arriving two hours ahead of schedule, 4.30am was a little too early in the morning to be awoken with an insane taxi ride to the hostel. Thankfully, we were allowed to chill out and catch up on sleep with a bit of classic top-to tailing in the first available bed.

    We stayed in the LimeTime hostel in Bella Vista only a few blocks away from the bustling Avenida Paulista. We took full advantage of our central location and ...

    Frango and Catupiry

    A travel blog entry by tansyjefferies on Jul 28, 2011

    52 photos

    ... I find fascinating.

    The next day we explored downtown Rio, packed with workers and with an interesting mix of old and new architecture. The ultramodern Petrobras building looks a bit like a Rubix Cube and the Cathedral looks like a cross between a spaceship and an Egyptian pyramid. But at the end of the day we were in Rio and downtown is not where it’s at… so in the afternoon we headed to Ipanema beach. Now this is Rio; a picture perfect beach surrounded ...