Le Canard Guarulhos

Address: Av. Salgado Filho 1176, Guarulhos, State of Sao Paulo, 07115-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Salgado Filho 1176, Guarulhos.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Le Canard Guarulhos

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Guarulhos


A travel blog entry by 88vikz on Jun 30, 2014

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... to watch the Germany v Algeria game It was a long day, followed in the evening by excellent Brazilian food by a local restaurant just off Avenida Paulista. I had grilled chicken with fries and rice and MANIOC. Apparently this is type of 'potato-like' food, very dry but tastes beautiful with the other components. A cocktail added into the mix and it was an enjoyable ...

Last full day in SaoPaulo

A travel blog entry by kathy.turner on Jun 09, 2014

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... it. after a few goes we were ok. we headed back to the hostel to wake up Kate our sleeping beauty and head to lunch. our hostel receptionist preceded to give us a Brazilian lolly bag- we have no idea what half of it is. Japanese for lunch hit the spot-SaoPaulo is definitely better for food than Rio! a chilled arvo after our late lunch, with SaoPaulo turning cold. thankfully not raining like our first day ...

Sao Paulo's Nightmare Traffic Jams

A travel blog entry by claudid on Mar 15, 2013

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... traffic jam! No doubt - this city has a REAL infrastructure problem. But good things are ahead: our colleagues at Siemens are ready to help out with their smart products - developed to make the world a better (and hopefully moving) place. Let's keep our fingers crossed that German "Gründlichkeit" will guide the city out of its dilemma...

No more complains: as usual there is also a ...

São Paulo, Street Art and Senna

A travel blog entry by thelongwayfound on Dec 17, 2012

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... a photo-booth and having our own personal cinema experience (pulp fiction, the shining our two chosen scenes). No popcorn unfortunately.

To round off a really great day we decided to watch The Hobbit. My first experience of bilingual cinema which (although spoken in English) was surprisingly easy to follow in written Spanish. At points I needed Carine to translate Ork speak for me, which she did with aplomb, including translating "ha ha ha" into ...

The End of my South American Journey

A travel blog entry by lizsandell on Feb 26, 2012


... mcvities dark chocolate digestives, curry and salad cream – I’ve always realised what is most important in my life and some ideas for the direction I need to take. And without being away I don’t think I would have ever got close to realising it all. I also know quite how much I love mountains. I’m sure at this point my Mum is saying ‘did you really need to go all the way to South America to realise that one. Couldn’t you have ...