The Falls Hotel

Address: 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

    Trusting the Slow Work of God

    A travel blog entry by hemills on Oct 01, 2012

    6 photos

    ... sure what I want to say about that just yet, so save that thought. Sunday, I went to church in Riberão Pires with one of the same fellows from Friday, Robson, and another intern. The church is made up of another delightful, small congregation. The pictures are from both the AMAS service and Igreja Metodista de Vila Riberão Pires. And a picture from my care package :)



    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 ...

    Mr Brazil´s Fishballs

    A travel blog entry by sheerin09 on Nov 27, 2009

    9 photos

    ... Portguese, we didn't understand a word of it but trust us - it was very, very good. Once again we found ourselves strangely drawn back to spending the evening drinking beer and eating fish balls in Bar Toninho - this time with the clarinet player from the play!

    Although our plan was only to stay 2 or 3 nights, Gustavo made us feel so welcome that we decided to stay a total of 5 nights. Jim therefore ended up playing ...

    Homeward Bound

    A travel blog entry by sarahcolvin on Apr 04, 2007

    ... views of mountains overlooking the lake and vivid skies and cloud formations. We visited floating islands that are made out of reed beds tied to together. The Amyaras took to the lake when the Incas invaded, which was also a safe haven from the conquistadors. Everything including their boats are made with the reeds, the roots of which they even eat! There are fourty islands which are well organised, some allowing tourists for additional income. Upon entering Bolivia ...

    Sao Paulo, the big city

    A travel blog entry by mattandsasha on Feb 12, 2007


    ... I´m just being cowardly! The whole of Brazil is in full swing getting ready for Carnival which is both good and bad. On the one hand, it´s a great time to be here. The streets are busy, people are often happy and the beer flows freely. On the other hand, the thieves are out in force and sometimes the feeling is a little less than pleasant. Last night was in the latter category. Our hotel is right in an area where there was a street parade ...