Hotel Mercure Sao Paulo Central Towers

Rua Maestro Cardim 407, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01323000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Bela Vista area of Sao Paulo, is near Parque Estadual da Cantareira, Casa Das Rosas, Praca da Se, and Itau Cultural Institute.
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    Semi Final - Argentina v Holland

    A travel blog entry by mancinibrazil on Jul 09, 2014

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    We went to the game on the train and it was packed full of Argentinian supporters. The were singing even though it was 5 hours before the game. They are the most passionate supporters I have ever seen. We got off the train a kilometre before the stadium so we had to walk with the packed crowd. We got to our seat 1 hour before the game started. The amount of singing throughout the game was incredible! The passion shown was amazing. Too bad the Australians can't do ...

    Brazilian Bikinis

    A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Dec 08, 2013

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    ... lot of perusing and saying no to many as the bums were virtually non existent, I chose 2 bikinis, a beach dress, and a last minute sports bra decision because it was so cheap! We then headed to a restaurant for lunch (it was 4!) to meet Tiago and his housemate Rodrigo. The place was called Veloso and was packed - it is famous for its caipirinhas and coxinha, which are a sort of fried food. We tried a shrimp version and a chicken version, and they really are good! Paula says ...

    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 ...

    Sao Paulo: Ollie Vs Food

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

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... ve never seen anything like it. There were small shops lining both sides of every street, and bizarrely, each shop sold only one product. We saw wool shops, fabric shops, embroidery accessory shops, gift bag shops, gift box shops, wrapping paper shops, pinata shops. To us, it seemed really old-fashioned, as we're so used to huge multi-purpose shops.

    Another thing we've noticed here is that there are a lot of employees. And I mean a LOT. We've seen small supermarkets with ...

    The End of my South American Journey

    A travel blog entry by lizsandell on Feb 26, 2012

    5 comments

    ... what they did on Star Trek to get beamed up), but other than that I’m completely clueless. So far in the blog I have just wittered on at length about what I have done and then the only other things I have managed is to add in some geographical facts (pretty much completely plagiarised from wikilipedia) and then add in a few song lyrics which have had no value whatsoever except to further confirm the fact that they I know far too many cheesy tunes. So apologies ...