Bourbon Atibaia Convention & Spa Resort

Address: 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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      Travel day.

      A travel blog entry by jvince on Nov 18, 2014

      ... the rear door which has to be checked. Once the main road is joined then it is another hour to the airport. The landscape changes from more open landscape to jungle and flat landscape to green mountains, which stick out of the ground like pointed boils. We come to a halt as Zaine our guide spots some Macaw feeding on a palm tree. She is amazing at spotting birds and animals I have to strain my eyes to see. Sometimes the only way I ...

      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

      ... Quechua culture and imposing some of their own cultural values.) A Quechua-language hymn book exists, but is arguably in need of updating. Although Quechua is widely spoken, Spanish is considered the more sophisticated language, so many churches don't have Quechua services. The young people I met, though passionate about worship, have no interested in the Quechua language, and are very influenced by Latino and Western worship ...

      São Paulo, Bahia and Iguazu!

      A travel blog entry by emsads on Feb 19, 2013

      28 photos

      ... running, cycling, playing tennis etc all over the place, it has huge playgrounds and gigantic trees with huge roots which look like something out of a mystical fairytale! There are also lots of exhibition spaces and a giant skate park; all in all a very easy place to get lost in as Katie and I find on a run a few days later!

      So proud in Sampa!

      A travel blog entry by natandhayley on Mar 01, 2012

      ... Sao Paulo´s Japanese district. Interestingly, Sao Paulo has the biggest Japanese population in the world, outside of Japan. We spent the afternoon getting to grips with the enormity of the world´s third biggest city

      Upon arrival back at the hostel we were greeted with a power cut, meaning that we had to use our head-torches to shower, get dressed and put our make up on for the night ahead. Our only way of contact ...