Quality Suites Alphaville

Address: Alameda Mamore 333, Barueri, State of Sao Paulo, 06454-000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Alameda Mamore 333, Barueri, is near Lake Esmeralda and Alphaville.
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      Thunderstorms and pink dolphins

      A travel blog entry by selleneclark on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... Everything has been pretty much paralysed... no student cards, no sports centre (definitely the worst part since that meant no swimming), no campus restaurants (which cost 50p a meal, so obviously this was very sad...), no classes, no libraries, etc. Basically a complete pain! This last week everything has picked up again which I have been taking full advantage of... mostly just using the pool whenever the weather permits (I will explain this later). The ...

      My top six World Cup Commercials

      A travel blog entry by jaopperman on Jul 03, 2014

      ... Brazil) Team, forget the adults." "You need to play for me." "Play for me!" repeat X3.

      #3 - Coca-Cola; Cope De Tudo Mundo (World Cup for Everyone)
      I love sappy world-things. Coca-cola has translated this song into a bunch of different languages, and the commercial isn't actually focused on Brazil. I did find in interesting though, that where the English version says "The world is ours", the Portuguese version says "I want a goal." Go figure.


      Countdown to Kick Off!

      A travel blog entry by klartman on Jun 13, 2014

      19 photos

      ... first bar wanting 80 Reals (and no free booze) we eventually plumped for somewhere round the corner which was about a tenner to get in. We had great seats in the corner looking out across the packed bar with Brazilians sitting at every table. I'm pretty sure me and Aidan were the only non-Paulistas there. The Brazilians were unsurprisingly riding a wave of gluttony, guzzling from whole bottles of beer (seemingly quite rare out here) and ordering a constant stream ...

      Sao Paulo's Nightmare Traffic Jams

      A travel blog entry by claudid on Mar 15, 2013

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      ... traffic jam! No doubt - this city has a REAL infrastructure problem. But good things are ahead: our colleagues at Siemens are ready to help out with their smart products - developed to make the world a better (and hopefully moving) place. Let's keep our fingers crossed that German "Gründlichkeit" will guide the city out of its dilemma...

      No more complains: as usual there is also a ...

      3 Countries over 2 Continents 24 hours later

      A travel blog entry by kiriglover on Jan 21, 2013

      ... flights are severely delayed or cancelled due to the snowy conditions. I'm put in a line with hundreds of other stranded travelers to see what the go is. After waiting for 30mins, an announcement comes on for 'anyone traveling to Sao Paulo via Munich go to desk G'- apparently I am the only one. I am rushed on another flight (which was meant to leave at 10.30am that morning. 1pm- board the flight. All looking good as for me (not the other passengers ...