Quality Resort & Convention Center Itupeva
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Resort & Convention Center Itupeva
Travel Blogs from Itupeva
We rolled into Sao Paolo at 7 AM on an overnight bus from Rio. It is really big. As in one of the biggest cities in the world. After a few subways during rush hour and a walk through some quirky street art, we reached Pat's apartment in the Vila Madalena neighborhood. Pat is a generous soul who volunteered to host us for a few nights. We know his brother, Ricardo, from Colorado. He is a brother in the Catholic Church who helps to organize volunteer trips ...
... came in after me and said you dropped $5 in the toilet. Not long after we're sitting at the table and tom comes back from the toilet and slaps $5 on the table and says look what I found. Shaun ripped the corn guy off $1. The only good thing about this hostel was the fast wifi and the pillows. First time I didn't have to fold them in half. But with the dodgy bathrooms and the bed bugs crawling underneath Steve's pillow... We gotta get out of this place if it's the last thing ...
On saterday I took a bus from Mangarathiba to Angros dos Reis and was able to go and visit Angros before my bus left at 22h. It was not a long busride because at 5 in the morning the bus arrived in Sao Paulo. The tiete busterminal is huge. I had to wait until after 6 when PLUMA opened to book my bus for tonight to Ciudad del Este in Paraguay. It ...
... movies in between a couple of short naps. Raakhee too, for the first time in her life, watched a whole movie on a flight. Food was alright but not enough as in between the 2 dinners, there was a gap of around 7 hours, which to me, is unacceptable. But all in all, a comfortable flight that got us to SP about 15 mins ahead of schedule. The SP airport resembled scenes reminiscent of the Mumbai airport, totally. Everybody wanted to get ahead of each ...
I thought that speaking Spanish would make it an easy transition to trying to communicate with Brazilians speaking Portuguese, but I was very wrong! From the moment we landed in Brazil, the confusion (and frustration) began because we were having such a hard time understanding the language. When it comes to reading Portuguese, I am usually able to get by but when it is spoken it is a different story. It has a strong French sound, and I do not speak French! ...