Braston Hotel Sao Paulo

Rua Martins Fontes, 330, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 010500-000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the area of Sao Paulo, is near Centro Cultural Banco DO Brasil, Italia Building (Edificio Italia), Parque Estadual da Cantareira, and Museum of Modern Art.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo

    A Samba in São Paulo

    A travel blog entry by quinlet on Sep 02, 2014

    ... Thriving, they said, because of a new metro line. A reasonable meal but I was certainly ready for bed and declined what might have been a fun excursion with Andres and Rafael. Next morning it was back to the institute for a further session with the municipality. I left at lunchtime to go to the airport. What a contrast! Only 30 minutes to get there and quickly through security so I had 2 hours to wait. I still found it astonishing that some of the roads had 10 ...

    Brazilian Bikinis

    A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Dec 08, 2013

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    ... had many many beautiful bikinis for about 22 pounds ish, which is so good, especially with the patterns and styles that would be about 60 in England. We picked out the ones we liked and the shop assistant was adorably helpful getting us our sizes, and she spoke English. My god the bums are tiny!! We were also taking a gamble as we weren't actually allowed to try them on. We were allowed to try the bras though, but literally in the shop so it was generally over the clothes. ...

    Day 2 - More visits

    A travel blog entry by dmerkel11 on Jun 04, 2013

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    ... 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 ...

    Day Number 2! (Dia 2 Número)

    A travel blog entry by daileyj on Jun 03, 2013

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    ... This was a relatively short tour that lasted about an hour but was chock full of interesting information. Gustavo mentioned 6 large Brazilian owned banks in the entire country. He mentioned that 3 are government owned and 3 are privately owned. The 3 gov't owned banks he spoke of were BNDES, Banco Brasil, and Banrisul, and the 3 Privately owned large Brazilian banks he spoke of were Bradesco, Spanish Bank and of course Itau.
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    The End of my South American Journey

    A travel blog entry by lizsandell on Feb 26, 2012

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    ... about ensuring you have a pension or can provide for your own children’s education. It’s because when you do have that mid-life crisis and you do decide to jack in everything and go off travelling round the world to ‘find yourself’ that you have enough money to ensure that you do not need to stay in hostels.

    So apart from my lack of insight and philiosophical reflections - have I found the answers to all of life’s big ...

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