Bristol Dobly International Hotel

Address: Rua Jose de Andrade 63, Guarulhos, State of Sao Paulo, 07024001, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rua Jose de Andrade 63, Guarulhos.
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    Travel Blogs from Guarulhos

    Brazil's Fallen Hero and the Rest of My Life

    A travel blog entry by jaopperman on Jul 08, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Friday to watch the BRAvCOL game with some girls from class, which was really fun, but also crazy and pretty exhausting. It was a good experience though. On Saturday I basically slept in and stayed around here. The Memorial of Latin America is nearby, so I went and saw that (and watched part of the NEDvCRC game). I’ll have to go back though because part of the memorial was closed. I watched the second half of the NEDvCRC game at a little restaurant place, and I ...

    Countdown to Kick Off!

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jun 13, 2014

    19 photos

    ... madness!

    After the tour, Me and Aidan went to the Fifa ticketing centre in the centre of Sao Paulo to make some enquiries. Perhaps unsurprisingly, FIFA being the fount of all evil, this is located in a former bank. It's not like your local branch of Barclays however, this was a stunning slab of marble and granite, an art-deco edifice worthy of any set for a movie featuring gangsters with tommy-guns. Aside form the Niemeyer concrete monstrosities everyone ...

    Sao Paulo: Ollie Vs Food

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

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... that I can just take them to the till and pay, so am laughed at and sent to a different counter, where I hand over the items.
    4) He types up the details of what I want to buy, prints it out on a printer at the other end of the shop, hands me the paper.
    5) He then hands over the items to somebody else, who carries them across the shop to give to the person manning the 'packing counter'
    6) I take my piece of paper to the till, hand it over and pay.
    7) The lady on the ...

    Sao Paulo: mega city, mega fun

    A travel blog entry by bradskey69 on Mar 16, 2013

    5 photos

    ... on the in house guitar), Alex (a super laid back 40 yo Yankee that lives at the hostel and just cruises by) and a melee of characters that become your house mates over the course of 4 days becoming friends with on a level that in the real world would take years. It's a great part of travel but also one of the negatives given that you generally never see these people again. Sao paulo was a cool stop, 4 days ...

    An introduction to Brazilian Customs Police

    A travel blog entry by charlotteandben on May 07, 2012

    2 photos

    ... ridiculously fancy Argentinian ones. Things seemed odd when we started loading the bus as people were carrying LOADS of luggage. We were beginning to think there won't be any space for our mere backpacks. Eventually, on the bags went, and to our Semi Cama seats 9 and 10 we went. A couple of hours into the journey, right after a toilet break, the oddest thing started. The odd looking fella from seat 5 starting going round the bus collecting which looked like, ...