The Falls Hotel

Av. Miguel Estefano, 4981, Guaruja, State of Sao Paulo, 11440-534, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Miguel Estefano, 4981, 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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    ... tithes, heard a sermon, and were dismissed for class. The sermon focused on the unity of the church and what it meant to be a unified church/congregation. It seemed like it could apply to our entire denomination, as I think back to General Conference. But, I think that is another story for another time. For Sunday school, I attended jovens/young adult class. We were discussing the minor prophets. The lesson for the day was Nahum.

    After Sunday ...


    A travel blog entry by pacoyoana on May 20, 2011

    a few weeks have passed and we have done alot of different things, be it beying lazy and laying in the sun drinking a cocktail or visiting the cool end beatifull places Sao Paulo have to offer.

    Let me start with the lazy parts!
    Paco and I both have a different way of approaching this. I mostly get up around 9-10 o'clock while paco gets up around 7-8 and start running. who tought he wouldnt sport ...


    A travel blog entry by svdputte on Mar 13, 2009

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    ... things to do every day, there are a few swimmingpools, a rockclimbingwall, a fitness (so Ive heard :-)), spa, minigolf and lots of animations every single day. I felt so lucky when I saw my room, I hardly dare to say but i jumped up and down like a little girl. But one thing a little bit negatif, the food was toooo good and that is not so good for my figure ...

    Homeward Bound

    A travel blog entry by sarahcolvin on Apr 04, 2007

    ... in only seeing one other (Brazilian) traveller! Given the flooding in the lowlands of Bolivia from the rains in the Andean cordillera (which we have been trying to skirt for two months!) we flew in small 12 seater to the capital of the Beni province, Trinidad. We could see the massive flooding .... rivers overflowing to make one endless lake with only treetops visible. Luckily it is not heavily populated, but communities were transferred to Trinidad and put up in ...

    Sao Paulo

    A travel blog entry by will.traveller on Jan 19, 2007

    ... seedy to me. Restaurants are mostly seafood but I pick one with a good steak selection. Good. I am sitting on the perimeter where every minute or so, a beggar or vendor approaches me. I have seen this elsewhere and is likely caused by the dramatic disparities in wealth. For me it is a pain and a learning experience. Prostitutes are all over. Interestingly, I see quite a few older couples leaving with them. There are a few bars in the area. I go to Sam ...