Estalagem do Pier

Address: Rua Macae, 110 - Barra do Una , Sao Sebastiao, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Rua Macae, 110 - Barra do Una , Sao Sebastiao, is near Playa de'espelho, Illa dos Aquarius Porto Seguro, and Playa de pitinga.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Sao Sebastiao

Family Reunion with Brazilian Traditions

A travel blog entry by want9814 on Dec 27, 2014

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This trip has been such an amazing experience so far. We have seen so many things and done things we have never done before. And why change that now. For Christmas and New Years we had the great fortune to have my parents Doug and Brenda, Alyssa and Wades mom Kim, Alyssa's boyfriend Corey, and my friend Jessie join us. But before they joined us we began our stay in São Paulo by doing our last minute Christmas shopping. What's the holidays without the ...

HOLI ONE Colour Festival

A travel blog entry by selleneclark on Oct 26, 2014

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... powder we were COVERED in to get wet and turn brown - then it just looked as though we had taken a mud bath :L. On the way back, we ended up walking into a march in support of one of the election candidates. The elections are actually taking place today between the final 2 candidates. Voting is obligatory in Brazil between the ages of 18 and I think 60, although it could be 65 (I’m not 100% sure). The issue on everyone’s ...

Sneak peek at Graham's newsletter.

A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on Jun 26, 2014

... during the day and a bad reputation for street crime, there’s a strange version of 'she’ll be right, mate'. Brazil was awarded the World Cup rights in 2007, and it’s as if they spent the first few years celebrating the coming party without really planning for it. It was expected that this city’s largest stadium, the Morumbi, with capacity for 67,000 people (it was once 120,000 before the seats went in) would host the opening game. Then at the ...

Day 29: São Paulo

A travel blog entry by travelbutton on Sep 28, 2013

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... portuguese but still really interesting, showing how the language evolved in Brazil over time. The art gallery was an unusual mix of modern and old, and all put together in rooms of themes such as landscapes rather than age or painting style, so in some room, one wall would hold paintings that were hundreds of years old, while another would hold some modern photography or there'd be a modern sculpture on the floor. There was a really interesting exhibition ...

A "Paulista" sunday

A travel blog entry by nadegeb72 on Mar 04, 2013

2 comments, 26 photos

... dominical jog, other bikers, on this bridge, passing small vendors of "Coco Gelado" (Green Coconut), right there, on that bridge. Incredible.

At some point, we went past a big screen called "Impostometro" which shows how much income tax has been paid to the government so far this year. See the picture. The amount of money makes you dizzy and even more when you look around you and see a lot of desolation in what could be a beautiful city.
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