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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      Trusting the Slow Work of God

      A travel blog entry by hemills on Oct 01, 2012

      6 photos

      ... in English 'very beautiful'. And it was: not the prayer itself, but the moment --- the service and the women themselves and the seminary students. Brothers and sisters, sometimes its nice to be reminded of our big beautiful Christian family and to see the church operating outside of the church building.

      Saturday, I went to the Christian expo with two friends. ...


      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

      ... especially when he wandered back out with them hanging down around his knees. Brazilians are strict followers of fashion - especially on the beach, always wearing the latest trend and the stretched cotton boxer look is one that is never going to take off. Seeing him emerging from the surf clinging to his sodden boxers was one of the most disturbing experiences of the entire trip. Here's hoping that the trend is not repeated ...

      Homeward Bound

      A travel blog entry by sarahcolvin on Apr 04, 2007

      ... attractive with its slate roofs, character houses, cobbled streets and splendid plazas Cusco was rather a disappointment. It has a unique history in being the centre of the Inca empire that spread (over a 100 years) from Ecuador to Chile/Argentina. It was too touristy (we got hassled) and rather dank and wet. However we were very active taking horse rides to the ruins, a two day river rafting expedition and four day alternative trek to Machu Pichu! We really enjoyed ...

      Sao Paulo, the big city

      A travel blog entry by mattandsasha on Feb 12, 2007


      ... Im 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, its 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 ...