InterCity Express Jundiai

Prof. Maria de Lourdes Franca da Silveira, s/n, Jundiai, State of Sao Paulo, 13214-411, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Prof. Maria de Lourdes Franca da Silveira, s/n, Jundiai.
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    Travel Blogs from Jundiai

    Belgium is through to the Round 16!

    A travel blog entry by jennytravels on Jun 28, 2014

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    ... came across a street nearby which was like freaking Chinatown as almost ALL the vendors were Chinese! Anyhow, we ended up not entering the mercado municipal as we had to get to the bus station to buy our tickets to Salvador. We did, however, come across our beloved acai a tigela (same as the creme de acai I posted earlier on) which consists of blended frozen acai topped with banana and muesli. ...

    From Florinapolis to São Paulo.

    A travel blog entry by ashysingh on Apr 03, 2014

    ... no one spoke English...after that hiccup we stopped at another eatery, this once was super cute but I resisted! We got onto São Paulo around 9pm - like a 2 hours delay and grabbed a cab to our flat, on the way we saw some prostitutes and a lot of love motels ���� Our flat is pretty decent so I'm happy with it- clean toilets! We were planning the rest of our day when I fell asleep on Tahlia and Rachael- ...

    Happy Tale of a Holiday Well Spent

    A travel blog entry by hemills on Nov 09, 2012

    5 photos

    ... had salad and fish. I have missed salads like that delicious creation: a mixture of greens with mango, sun-dried tomatoes, heart of palm, cucumbers, and a few other goodies. After lunch, we walked around a small market. We found a useful and beautiful piece of clothing: it's a long skirt and can be about 3 different styles of a dress. Mine is bright red. From the market, we headed to the movie, Gonzaga, De Pai pra Filho (Gonzaga, By the Father for the ...

    Credit to Sao Paulo

    A travel blog entry by yanandasif on Mar 25, 2012

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    ... and largest Japanese population outside of Japan. In our eyes diversity means great food! And so we chomped our way through tasty kebabs and hummus, jumbo salted cod fritters with a kicking spicy sauce and authentic pastels (a fried pasty) washed down with sugarcane juice.

    There was some great graffiti and the modern art museum was pretty cool also. Surprisingly there were many little eclectic and retro boutiques with some amazing interior design which made ...

    A Mission to get there

    A travel blog entry by timtravels on Apr 13, 2011


    ... of this < At this point it was pretty clear that I had been conned and now had go buy another ticket and as soon as possible because I needed to catch my flight. So I found another bus company that left in the morning and bought my ticket. The next task was to find a place to sleep. By now it was 1:30am and I was pretty tired. I walked around and asked a group of security guards where I could find a cheap place to sleep. One of them said there was a place right ...