Slaviero Executive Guarulhos

Rua Raphael Balzani, 32, Guarulhos, State of Sao Paulo, 07020090, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Pinheiros area of Guarulhos, is near Jardins (Gardens), Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, Hotel Unique, and Parque Trianon.
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    Travel Blogs from Guarulhos

    São Paula, Brazil

    A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Apr 15, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 20 minutes later the bus driver is walking up and down the isle doing the head count. Good enough he says. Shaun is still outside sipping his coffee and checking the soccer scores. The lady at the front of the bus yells in a whisper voice to tom, " the bus is leaving, he has to catch the next one". The bus starts to reverse out. Tom says to me get him and I'm like na **** that. Then toms like faaaaarrrrrkkkk and gets up, runs down the isle and stops the bus. Shaun is ...

    All About the Food

    A travel blog entry by ceriandgrace on Nov 02, 2012

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... every chalkboard was “peixe del dia (fish of the day).” We were upset to discover that we had only one option. Well, actually Ceri was relieved as he is a proud opponent of too many food choices (remind me to never take him to the Cheesecake Factory). But I was distraught! I thought we would be having the same meal day in and day out.

    Thankfully, I couldn’t have been more wrong. We discovered that we never ...


    A travel blog entry by bjgurton on Jun 10, 2012

    ... travelling is that you can move on as you please. Brazil is meant to be a lot fun, great beaches and lots of party time...

    Portuguese is the language in brazil, i dont speak any, Oi is hello. Oi!

    Fyi - Buses are often cheaper when you pay with effectivo (cash) rather than by card. The atms charge 7 bucks each time you withdraw cash and the argentinians value the US dollar as the country feels it is heading for some rough times economically. ...

    Frango and Catupiry

    A travel blog entry by tansyjefferies on Jul 28, 2011

    52 photos

    ... headed there was due to the fact that we had to fly out of there back to MIA. So our expectations were low. However, we really fell in love with the city (or at least the small portion of it that we saw… it’s one of the largest cities in the world, so in two days you can barely scrape the surface).

    We stayed in a really nice hotel (we splashed out for our last two nights!) just off Avenida Paulista, which is Sao Paolo’s answer to Michigan Avenue. We ...

    Twenty Million and Counting

    A travel blog entry by texasnomads on Oct 09, 2010

    6 photos

    In theory, nightbuses are a great deal. You get to cover a lot of ground while you sleep and it’s like getting a full night’s accommodation included for free! However, in practice I’ve found that it isn’t all good news. We always take a nightbus from Foz to Curitiba (pronounced “Koor-it-chee-ba”), but sometimes those 10 hours on a bus are either frigidly cold due to ...