George V Alto de Pinheiros Hotel

Praca Roquete Pinto 09, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 05420-020, Brazil | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Pinheiros area of Sao Paulo, is near Park of the Snail, Teatro Municipal, Instituto Cultural Tomie Ohtake, and Instituto Butanta.
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    In the biggest city in the Southern Hemisphere

    A travel blog entry by simonandspencer on Jun 12, 2014

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    ... charging R$100 (A$50) just to get in so we headed back to the hotel to watch it on the big screen with the hotel staff. It was like a Melbourne Cup vibe as everything stopped for the game. I did not see one car go past the hotel the entire game which in Sao Paolo is unheard of!. The Brazilian's were a little shocked with the first own goal for Croatia, but when Neymar scored his first goal, the place basically exploded! A dubious penalty (one of many ...

    Hot Peppers and Status Quos

    A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus on Jul 08, 2013

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    ... br> Last night we went to a traditional Brazilian Bar-B-Que place where they serve large portions of meats on skewers. If you are hungry, you put your token on green; if you want a break, turn it to red. The meats were some of the best that I have ever had, and VERY fresh.

    Wiebke definitely showed me up by eating a VERY hot chili pepper like it was nothing, but when I took a bite, it lit me up like fireworks. It was really funny and I'm sure my reaction was ...

    Arrive in Sao Paulo, Brazil

    A travel blog entry by dmerkel11 on Jun 02, 2013

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    ... words he knew in English but did he really think i didn't know it was meat? And, having visited Quebec a lot, I incorrectly assumed more people would speak some English in Brazil. WRONG! It makes sense with the poor public education system, but I had become accustom to people from Quebec and Europe just switching to English as soon as I spoke to accomodate my lazy, monolinguistic butt!

    Stuffed with meat, back to the hotel for some sleep (I need it!).

    Brazilian Hospitality in São Paulo

    A travel blog entry by on Feb 02, 2013

    ... though traditionally the parcel should be filled with dried cod. It's wrapped in some kind of pastry and fried. Very yummy and big! After the food market we had a look around some of the shopping streets nearby aware that it was threatening to rain. We took the bus back to Eduardo's apartment. Whilst waiting at the bus stop we had some fresh juice for 1 real. Very refreshing. Then the rain came. It's a very tropical rain and reminded me of the downpour in ...

    A wee bag of emotion

    A travel blog entry by rebekaht on Nov 01, 2012

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    ... I was ready for anything! The trip was done in 4 4 hour lots through the night if that kind of makes sense. There wasn't a lot of sleep happening since we stopped each time and had to get off but hey what are you gonna do. I was just glad to arrive into Foz!

    All and all I was excited but feeling kinda lonely too, I just couldn't wait to get started, staying in hostels and meeting people from all over the place! Bring it on!