Sofitel Jequitimar Guaruja

Avenida Marjory Da Silva Prado, No 1100, Guaruja, State of Sao Paulo, 11444, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avenida Marjory Da Silva Prado, No 1100, Guaruja, is near SpaMed Guaruja.
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    Travel Blogs from Guaruja

    Down the Mountain and Through the Woods

    A travel blog entry by hemills on Jul 18, 2012

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    ... mountain part. Even in winter it is very green here.

    We passed the first mother church which is located in a favela on the mountain and stopped at the other main church for Sunday School. Sunday School consisted of what I would call church. We gathered in the sanctuary: we were welcomed (including a special welcome for me in which I was invited to address the church, *gulp*), prayed the prayers of the people, read scripture, sang praise songs, ...

    A Praia

    A travel blog entry by saritabrady on Jan 04, 2012

    4 photos

    ... I never ate from them. I wish I had.
    At night, the skyscrapers along the island light up as much as Hong Kong and illuminate the beach, so I really must reiterate that the nights were great. Although my family is full of health-nuts, there objectively are a lot of places to eat, so we were never frustrated in that way.
    Ultimately, though, we left a few days early. There just wasn't a lot to do but eat and burn.
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    Mr Brazil´s Fishballs

    A travel blog entry by sheerin09 on Nov 27, 2009

    9 photos

    ... the experience - the pain in his legs and feet was so bad the following day, he thought he'd broken both feet! Old age my friend, old age.

    All in all our stay in Santos was superb - very relaxing, and we were made to feel very welcome by a fantastic bloke. We have threatened Gustavo with a re-visit. We're planning on returning to Brazil in 2014 for the World Cup and staying until after the Olympics in 2016! See you then Gustavo!!! ...

    Homeward Bound

    A travel blog entry by sarahcolvin on Apr 04, 2007

    ... who rowed us across to the Ilha del Sol! The Andes weather is constantly changing except always cold! Sarah actually swam in the lake when the sun was out only to wake the next morning to snow! La Paz is hectic and crazy, with no traffic rules and street vendors on every pavement! It has a good buzz about it. It is situated in a bowl with mountains and weird rock formations surrounding the city. Houses are one on top of the other as they scramble up the sheer ...

    Sao Paulo, the big city

    A travel blog entry by mattandsasha on Feb 12, 2007

    2 comments

    ... up now, SP by day is, in parts, a nice enough city with some lovely buildings, a beautiful theatre and a few pretty parks. It excels in its nightlife, restaurants and shopping, so weīre hoping to go out to a very nice place tonight for drinks and then somewhere decent for dinner. After struggling along sometimes in Bolivia and Paraguay, itīs nice to be spoilt for choice. I canīt say itīs going to be a city Iīm going to race back to, ...