Riema Brasilia Santana Gold

Address: Rua Olavo Egidio 170, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 02037-000, Brazil | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Santana-Tucuruvi area of Sao Paulo, is near Mercado Municipal, Pinacoteca do Estado, Praca Liberdade, and Museum of Sacred Art (Museu de Arte Sacra).
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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham on Aug 07, 2014

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... for a cool market in town though that sold mortadella sandwiches. Apparantly if you come to Sao Paulo you have to try one. I met Camilo [from my hostel] and a family from Sao Paulo that were also on the tour. We went to the market afterwards to have a sandwich. It was good, just a big sanwich filled with a lot of meat. Camilo and I then went to the market afterwards as I had had spied a big pile of figs and wanted to buy some. The guys at the stall just ...

The Hopes of a Nation Crushed

A travel blog entry by jaopperman on Jul 09, 2014

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... the stadium was chanting swears at one of the Brazilian players. At the end of the game, the fans that were interviewed were downright rude to the team. This made me very sad. (To be fair though, the trending hashtags on twitter are much more encouraging.) I don’t know about y’all, but if you ask me anytime, I will always say that my biggest weakness and my biggest strength is that I’m loyal to a fault. I will always be loyal to the things and people ...

Last destination of our big adventure

A travel blog entry by agi-pip on Mar 26, 2014

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... Bs) were so pretty, the harbour was beautiful and the restaurants served delicious fish. We dined on the beach most nights with candelights, listening to the waves lapping a few meters away, ah pure heaven! The beauty of the island is that it has lush green forests which start climbing up into the hills 1km inland. Seeing as hiking through these or taking a boat around the island was the only way to explore all the other beaches, we took the first option. We spent ...

Misfortune

A travel blog entry by evan.brizius on Jul 26, 2013

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... easiest to learn, just as cuillère is the easiest to learn in french. Maybe one of my readers can help me figure out if there's a cognate hiding somewhere. Faca means knife, which for some reason makes sense, maybe because of it's harshness. Out of nowhere, garfo means fork.

My favorite vocabulary word is cachecol, which means scarf. The closest English pronunciation is ka-she-KOHH, which if you stretch your imagination starts to sound ...

São Paulo: Day 1 - Full Day Business Visits

A travel blog entry by gary.lange on Jun 03, 2013

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... cameras on all the buildings and houses. It reminded me of driving through areas of Johannesburg or Cape Town in South Africa. We had been warned numerous times that São Paulo is not a safe city, and it showed in the amount of security that was present.

As we were little early and had about an hour to spend, we stopped at one of the shopping malls in São Paulo. What struck me here was that everything was priced with installment prices. I asked Fernando about ...