Hotel Matiz Guarulhos
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Matiz Guarulhos
Hotel confortável, oferece translado aeroporto - hotel, comida boa. Suficiente para quem tiver que fazer pernoite em Guarulhos por causa dos voos. Preço de estadia e de alimentação dentro da faixa de preço de regiões de aeroporto e de São Paulo. O hotel conta com internet liberada.
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... about it! (Yes, I will be fangirling over soccer players for a while.) So, worst case scenario, Brazil comes in already sad, Germany scores early, Brazil gets sad and stops playing. Slightly better scenario, Brazil slacks, Germany scores early, Brazil figures stuff out and starts playing better. Best scenario, Brazil comes in with their heads in the game and Germany has a bad day :D. Wow that was a lot of soccer. So who’s ready for game day? Other things in my life ...
... roof of the Hotel Uniqo. An extremely (s)wanky place, the kind of place those bints on Sex and the City go to. A first for me. There's no denying the view is breathtaking, skyscrapers twinkling all around. My Wasabi Mojito tasted pretty good too and I got chatting to some money'd locals who wanted to practice their English on me.
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We made it safely to our first destination! Woo Hoo! After so much planning & preparation we are finally here in this great City. Although, the day welcomed us with rain, a bit chilly, but it was ok for me. We met our tour guide Fernando Filet, who gave us a nice tour of the City. We visited the Cathedral and the old Soccer Stadium in Sao Paulo. We enjoyed our first meal in Brazil, a ...
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... before I left).I had a lovely time but as for truly experiencing it all - First of all I didn’t really learn any Spanish or Portuguese (except for the basics – wine, beer, how you want your steak cooked, secondly I can’t samba or Argentine Tango and I didn’t spend any time in the Amazon jungle with the indigenous population or meet any gaucho’s. However, I have leant about cairpirinas and pisco sours and I’m now a bit of a ...