Tivoli Sao Paulo Mofarrej

Address: Alameda Santos, 1437, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01419, Brazil | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Bela Vista area of Sao Paulo, is near Park of the Snail, Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, Livraria Cultura, and Parque Trianon.
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    Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo

    First encounter with BCD Travel!!!

    A travel blog entry by sargamyagnik on May 27, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... Paul Barry, the country manager for Brazil, had to point out that I was laughing so much that I wasn't getting a chance to eat. Overall, it was a great night!

    And if you are suffering from sleepless nights wondering why the Brazilian Real is pronounced Heis, I've finally got an answer for you! 'Real' plural is 'Reais'. Given that with some roll of the tongue, the 'R' comes out sounding like 'H', the 'Reais' is pronounced 'Heis'. Phew!

    2 Weeks in Sao Paulo Begin Today!

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Oct 20, 2014

    2 comments, 115 photos

    ... but these kind of adventures are perfect with OAT (oattravel.com). Mention my name (Gretchen Hecht) as referral if you book and you will get a nice discount!

    And Airbnb is the way to Stay!

    The apartment I rented in Sao Paulo was booked over airbnb, which I swear by. I started using airbnb in Italy and was in Tuscany hosted by the great Lisa Rosa for a month, then in Florence for two months separate from airbnb, then weekends had lots of ...

    Airport Adventures

    A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 03, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the correct terminal. I followed the signs to the connection check-in. I waited in the line for about 5 minutes, until an airport employee came up and asked me something in Portuguese way too quickly for me to understand anything besides "Salvador." I said "sorry, Salvador, yes." (In Portuguese though at least, so "sinto muito. Salvador, sim") So smooth, I know. But then she asked again in English, if I was going to Salvador. Yes, I am, so ...

    Brazilian Hospitality In and Around Favelas

    A travel blog entry by jovi on Mar 16, 2014

    9 comments, 13 photos

    ... as disciplined as what that father and son team did. I thought it was a great way of eating for that style of a party. No formalities, no stress about getting all the food ready at the same time, no salads, no side dishes, no plates etc. Just lots of small meat snacks coming around fresh off of the braai constantly.

    Of course, once everybody had their fill of beer, one of the girls started making Caipirinhas and the girls decided they would teach Jovi how to ...

    Grocery shopping

    A travel blog entry by nadegeb72 on Feb 28, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... class" or "upper middle class"... Luckily, there is one that is walking distance from his place, in a small shopping center, about a 15 minute walk away... to which I went the next day.

    Now there, everything changed. I felt like I was at a small Monoprix (for the French) or at a small Vons (for the Americans)... or.. well I have no other example !

    Fruits are well presented, there is a variety of stuff, plenty of veggies, nuts, fruits... There are of course ...