Real Castilha Hotel

Address: Rua dos Timbiras, 472, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01208-010, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the area of Sao Paulo, is near Basilica de Sao Bento, Banespa Building, Italia Building (Edificio Italia), and Republic Square (Praca da Republica).
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      Sao Paulo

      A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham on Aug 07, 2014

      10 photos

      Thurs 7/8 The bus got to Sao Paulo in the morning. I was staying at Bruno's place tonight. A guy that I had met while traveling in Santiago. He was at work so I gave my backpack to the guard office at the bus terminal and caught the metro into the city. I got off at Sao Bento station and walked around. There are A LOT of homeless people in the city. I saw St Pauls cathedral and the municipal theatre. Stopped for a Japanese curry for lunch. I had been craving ...

      The Great Cookie Quest

      A travel blog entry by hemills on Jul 13, 2012

      2 comments, 2 photos

      Hi friends,

      I must admit I have a bit of a sweet tooth and a habit for sampling sweets wherever I am. As it is winter here, my usual pick for dessert - ice cream - is a bit less appealing. However, I have chosen another sweet snack to substitute, inspired by the chocolate chip cookies that greeted me upon my arrival, I have embarked on the ...

      All things Brazilian

      A travel blog entry by sjaya on Jul 10, 2011

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... meal, we got a few buckets of Heineken and sat down to watch the match. The beer came in handy, as the Brazilian side had a sub-par performance (sign of things to come) and the game ended in a draw...much to the dismay of everyone there.

      3. BBQ. Following the match, we decided to forego the bar, and headed to Seps friends (Rafa) for a Brazilian BBQ. The BBQ was different from the typical North American ...

      Last Day In South America (For Now).

      A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Jan 18, 2011

      ... from La Paz to Tarija. We have secured our much cherished exit row seats – heaps more room and heaps more comfortable. Then up comes the flight attendant and in perfect English, asks if we speak Spanish. Obvious reply, no. She then informs us we can’t have exit row seats and moves us into the more uncomfortable middle row seats, stating air regulations policy. We enviously watched the exit row seats remain vacant for the flight. Now, I’m pretty sure ...

      What a greeting.....

      A travel blog entry by mattsvadjian on May 10, 2010

      3 comments, 33 photos

      ... host named Andrea. She lived in the south end of the city called Jabaquara. I arrive early and called her, unfortunately waking her up. I told her I had arrived in one piece and was on route to her place.
      Upon my arrival, I was greeted at the door by Andrea and her father. Graciously, i was invited in for a coffe and breakfast. After our coffee and brief introduction, I went for a nap. Andrea was heading into town that ...