Hotel Casa Branca Guaruja

Address: Rua Uruguai 213 , Guaruja, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua Uruguai 213 , Guaruja, is near SpaMed Guaruja.
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    Travel Blogs from Guaruja

    Down the Mountain and Through the Woods

    A travel blog entry by hemills on Jul 18, 2012

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    ... we (me, Ricardo, and Lu) joined on of the church families for lunch. Ricardo told me that he and Lu had a rotation for which congregant's home they would eat lunch. The whole family gathered at Grandma's house: 4 daughters, 2 sons, 1 daughter-in-law, 2 sons-in-law (there was an additional son, but he lived out of town) and 7 grandkids present.

    I think I lucked out. Lunch was absolutely delicious. We had Brazilian barb-b-que with several cuts of ...


    A travel blog entry by pacoyoana on May 20, 2011

    ... buildings. And dont forget the modern center of sao paulo!!

    We came back from a 5 days stay at the Moro de Sao Paulo. this is what we were looking forward too. It reminds me of Ibiza but then the brazilian way offcourse. name it, bars, disco's, wild party's, , beatifull beaches and a nice village. What really cool was is that when the sun goes down people come to the beach to sell tasty ...


    A travel blog entry by svdputte on Mar 13, 2009

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    ... things to do every day, there are a few swimmingpools, a rockclimbingwall, a fitness (so Ive heard :-)), spa, minigolf and lots of animations every single day. I felt so lucky when I saw my room, I hardly dare to say but i jumped up and down like a little girl. But one thing a little bit negatif, the food was toooo good and that is not so good for my figure ...

    Homeward Bound

    A travel blog entry by sarahcolvin on Apr 04, 2007

    ... The constant battle is to keep dry and warm. The Andes are cold and houses seem ill fitted for warmth! BUT the Andes and the altiplano are truly magnificent with young vibrant fold mountains soaring to the sky in all colours, whilst still being overlooked by snow capped volcanoes. It was with great relief that Sarah and I escaped the cold and wet and altitude of the Andes / La Paz, delighting to be in the heat and humidity of the jungle! (and where I was finally able to ...

    Sao Paulo

    A travel blog entry by will.traveller on Jan 19, 2007

    Doing better but not up for touristing. I buy a Portuguese to English guide to start working on my pronunciation and vocabulary. Spanish and Portuguese are so close to each other but few know both languages. I was told that the similarity makes it confusing and that English is easier. Buenos Aires version of Spanish seems to incorporate some of the Portuguese intonation and words. I fly to Fortaleza on GOL. They are the dominant discount carrier. The portray ...