San Juan Hotel

Rua Aurora, 909 Centro, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo

Big City Livin'

A travel blog entry by purelyperu


... were packed with shoppers. There were quite a few Brazil party supply and novelty stores in this neighbourhood. Oh how we could have used these during Carnival!

After asking a number of times for directions to the market we finally found it. It was in a lovely building with amazing stained glass windows. There were fruit vendors, fish, meat, spices, cheeses, restaurants, souvenirs, nuts, you name it! I tried the fruit from the ...

São Paulo - City of Walking Dead

A travel blog entry by humpooper


... close together. There are some very pretty colonial buildings and thankfully the 'walkers' are all to the side of them rather than in front. The city has a lot of potential to show case itself if it dealt with its homeless issue. I do wonder if this city will do the same as China did for the Olympics, which was to ship out all the homeless into surrounding areas and give a better impression while the games are on. As callous as it sounds they have ...

More Bidness!

A travel blog entry by pierinis


... to adapt these commodities to the Brazilian culture and market. The intermediary being companies like Apontador who takes an existing idea and uses it to facilitate connections between companies and consumer demands.

5:00PM After visits, return transfer to hotel

8:30PM Dinner

Tonight most of the group went to the Sky Bar and had dinner and drinks. Some pics and a horrible video of the Sao Paulo skyline are attached for your viewing ...

Sao Paolo

A travel blog entry by borntorun


... The prices in the restaurants were almost as expensive as Europe. Having landed in Sao Paolo, we found out that the ATP tennis tour was in town and that Rafael Nadal had entered the Brasil Open Tennis tournament, it being his second tournament since retuning from 7 months of injury. We spent a day at the quarter finals watching three ties. The local crowd were pretty vocal, particularly supporting the opponents of Argentinian players! It was great to see Nadal in action and I ...


A travel blog entry by hemills


... or bored, he and the other little one ran off to play, leaving me chuckling. "Out of the mouths of babes..."

4) Liberation Theology breakout group: We reached the part in the model of Contemporary theology where we concentrate on one of the Latin American theologies (Liberation or Integral Mission) or on the current Charismatic movement in Brasil. It's fabulous. I'm in the liberation theology class. I only knew the tip of the ...


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