Strand Hotel

Address: Av. Prestes Maia, 385, Praia do Tombo, Guaruja, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Prestes Maia, 385, Praia do Tombo, Guaruja, is near Santos Municipal Aquarium and SpaMed Guaruja.
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Travel Blogs from Guaruja

Our paradise before Copacabana!

A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Feb 23, 2015

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... et de gros poissons. Vers 14h30 nous prenons le chemin du retour à regret. Nos gros et lourds sacs nous attendent. Nous prenons un bus jusqu'au terminal. Départ à 16h pour São Paulo. Around 9 am we arrived in Guaruja. No city map helped us to orientate and despite our attempts to get directions from locals, they either did not know or did not understand us or we did not understand their answer... At the end Terry showed me the ...

Reconnecting with Old Friends

A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Oct 25, 2014

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... the very wealthy and the very poor. It is even more expensive than most of Europe! I was very surprised to have gone to a local Sao Paulo shopping center and purchased a swimsuit, coverup, sandels, flipflops and a necklace and it cost me $500!! My lunch, quite modest, in the mall German style restaurant was $50! Yikes.

I did not see much of Sao Paulo during my two weeks there due to workload of commissioned projects, but it was certainly worth it since my main goal was ...

Academic Adventures - Liturgy

A travel blog entry by hemills on Nov 15, 2012

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... to happen, I hope that my colleagues and I can reflect on ways to be kinder and more inclusive to the Pentecostal tradition) l think this is a weakness of our studies. particularly in the aspect that we can respect other religions more than our brothers and sisters in more conservative-charasmatic christian traditions. Here's a link to the live footage of the construction of the replica of the Temple of Solomon: ...

Ready, Set, Go...

A travel blog entry by hemills on Aug 06, 2012

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This weekend, I was reminded what a blessing it is to study theology. One of Emily's friends, invited both of us to dessert. Rosana, Emily, Alessandre, and I sat around the kitchen table demolishing a brownie and chatting. The conversation wandered into the subject of music and the theology of worship songs. Alessandre was naming the songs he adores from the Faith We Sing and Rosana sang bits of her favorite hymns. I sat there smiling with a full stomach, full ears, ...

3 nationalities + 3 denominations + 3 languages =?

A travel blog entry by hemills on Jul 24, 2012

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... ecumenism in Latin America through facilitating inter-religious experiences and dialoging after the service or lecture. Kenny is Cuban and therefore speaks Spanish but is learning Portuguese. Kenny is also Baptist.

At service that night, we sang and after each song the congregation applauded. This happened about three times, then Kenny turned to me and asked, "in your church in the States, do they applaud after the songs?" I answered, "Not usually. Yours?" ...