Hotel Mercure Sao Paulo Central Towers
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Boa Esperança foram 791 only!) Eles derretem lentamente esta comunidade que se estende hoje a todos os países asiáticos, mas também para países como o Líbano ou encontra-se muitas de suas lojas neste canto da cidade. Molho brasileiro atacado!
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... caught up over a game of pool. Shaun and I are rubbish at pool!! I even managed to get my hair cut after 7 months, with Thais's help! £10 for a wash, cut and blow dry! Not bad for expensive Brazil!
We ate out quite a few times whilst with Thais. For lunch we experienced the buffet by kilo, where you collected a chip at the entrance, helped yourselves to whatever you wanted, they weigh it then you hand the chip in and pay. You could see exactly what weight you ...
... latin American countries from here). A saving of R$356.50 so I thought.
At the terminal, Renatta found a porter and told him where I was going and asked him to help me until I board my bus. I paid R$6 for the porter charges – the porter took my suitcase. The porter then took me to VB bus ticket office to buy my ticket – all I can say if it was not for the porter, I would not have managed ...
... her car and went by subway to the commercial center. It was a rather busy area that reminded me of SF's china town, with bustling shops and booths full of people hawking clothing, accessories, and needless toys. We slowly browsed our way through this muddle of humanity and emerged at the Mercado Municipal. It's a beautiful big food market with high ceilings and stained glass windows. Vendors basically forced us over and over again, to taste their delicious fruits and cheeses ...
The drive into the city took forever since we first saw the signs saying`Sao Paulo´. We managed to negotiate the metro to the hostel, Lime Time. The city centre was packed, high rises and sky scrapers take over the city and you can literally see the city for miles and miles. The hostel had a so called pet dog called gringo, but it was actually a psycho!! The staff said straight away, mind our ...