Regent Park Hotel

Address: Rua Oscar Freire 533, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01426-001, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Pinheiros area of Sao Paulo, is near Park of the Snail, Jardins (Gardens), Livraria Cultura, and Parque Trianon.
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    Too much rain in Sao Paulo

    A travel blog entry by nadan92 on May 26, 2014

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    ... building took a little longer than it should have done (1.5 hours instead of 40 minutes). Billy refused to ask for directions as he wanted to feel in the know ��. Luckily we arrived just in time to get the free entrance up. The view was amazing, it's true when people say São Paulo is an endless city of building. As far as the eye see buildings surrounded us from all angles. We also bumped into Kelsey at the viewing point, the gang was back together. Rob ...

    Day 23

    A travel blog entry by tsundy on Apr 04, 2014

    ... and dug in. The food - though not as nice as home - was great. A nice change from the constant pastries and burgers. After lunch we aimed to fund Bixiga - known for its large italian community. We got very lost on the way and did our fair share of walking in circles. Rach found a street market selling all kinds of food where she and Ash got lime juice. We walked through the whole market which sold lots of fruit and vege and meat (seafood included). If ...

    Last Insights from Brazil

    A travel blog entry by atw80-wre on Jul 16, 2013

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    ... to Elizabeth, Brazilians consider themselves unique. The are the only ones speaking Portuguese. They even believe that God is Brazilian. Brazilians tend to be very creative and thinking out of the box, which is why they are reluctant to standardization, rules and regulations. As a result, travel policy compliance tends to be low compared to other regions.

    Even though, Brazil is one of the fast expanding BRIC states, its economy ...

    Day 1 - Time to Work

    A travel blog entry by dmerkel11 on Jun 03, 2013

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    ... wonder that the mall was mostly empty. Only a limited number of Brazilians could reasonably afford to shop there. Even a button down shirt was over $100. In the middle of the mall they had some trees, just like an American mall but they also had planted grass all around. It was unusual but after the trip is over, I now don't find it as surprising as I did at the time.

    So we were off to the supermarket just across the street before we wuold ...

    Brazilian Hospitality in São Paulo

    A travel blog entry by kirsty.md on Feb 02, 2013

    ... lady came over to us to remind us to put sun lotion on as the sun in São Paulo can be very strong despite the cloud! You could tell we were British as we were surprised again about how friendly people were being to us! We sat in the park for about an hour updating our journals when the message arrived from Eduardo to say his flight had landed. We flagged down 2 taxis and took the 5 minute journey to his house. I was in a taxi with Megan and Lucy and we didn't ...