Paissandu Palace Hotel

Rua do Seminario, 155 , Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo

Episode 2 - Series 2 - Another city, Another McDon

A travel blog entry by bound4rio on Jun 11, 2014

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... flag. The pair start feeling a little more at ease in this huge city. After a few wrongs turns and passing some
unsavory looking characters they make it to the park. They soon discover that it's Sao Paulo answer to Central Park. Cirsty spots a game of soccer in the distance. As they approach they notice that some players are playing without shoes on and others with jeans on . Both are impressed by the skills on show. Cirsty wonders ...

The Journey

A travel blog entry by rohanfariss on Apr 19, 2014

The first leg of my 44 hour journey went relatively quickly. I was able to sleep periodically and attempted to get through a couple of movies but crashed only a couple minutes in. Throughout the flight nervousness over what awaited me in Caracas had grown. I can't speak a word of Spanish, how will everything on arrival go smoothly? Would it be the adventure I was hoping for? What would the other Trekkers be like? Most of these questions I could not answer but I was comforted in ...

What´s so scary about Sao Paulo anyway?

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed on Sep 26, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... hour out of the centre. Still, it was good to get some sense of it and the yakisoba was ace. There is a huge Japanese population in Sao Paulo, so this was kind of a legitimate thing for us to do! (Everyone still calls it Chinatown. I bet they love that!)

We also took the opportunity to pick up some sushi for the ride to Foz do Iguazu later that day. It was a bit warm by the time we came to eat it, after a ...

São Paulo: Day 3 - Full Day Business Visits

A travel blog entry by gary.lange on Jun 05, 2013

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There are no longer any light vehicles in Brazil running on pure gasoline. Since 1976 the government made it mandatory to blend anhydrous ethanol with gasoline, fluctuating between 10% to 22%, and requiring just a minor adjustment on regular gasoline engines. In 1993 the mandatory blend was fixed by law at 22% anhydrous ethanol (E22) by volume in the entire country, but with leeway to the Executive to set different percentages of ethanol within ...

Is this a drill ?

A travel blog entry by nadegeb72 on Feb 27, 2013

No, I mean seriously.

We arrive in Sao Paulo at around 8:00 pm something (i.e. 12 hours after the original ETA). The immigration takes a couple of minutes. It's amazing how efficient it is. I am impressed : maybe 10 or 15 lines are open (Brazilian nationals, foreigners).

The airport looks terrible on the other hand. It feels like I landed in Angola years ago. Just a bit less dirty and disorganized :)



This hotel, located in the area of Sao Paulo, is near Basilica de Sao Bento, Centro Cultural Banco DO Brasil, Banespa Building, and Republic Square (Praca da Republica).
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