Timbiras Hotel

Address: Rua dos Timbiras 621, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01280-010, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the area of Sao Paulo, is near Basilica de Sao Bento, Banespa Building, Italia Building (Edificio Italia), and Republic Square (Praca da Republica).
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    Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo

    My start in Sao Paulo,the cultural Concrete Jungle

    A travel blog entry by henritravels on Jan 16, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... for 3 days before travelling to Florianopolis(apparently the Ibiza of Brazil) and we exchanged numbers since we both were interested in the same club called D Edge(some rankings rank it top 10 for electronic music in the world). Unfortunately I passed on the decision to go there(he did), since it was quite far away from my place and quite expensive and my plan here in the beginning is to not spend too much and rather save up the money for my travels or the end of my stay when I ...

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    ... da Sť. We saw lots of street performers and wandered around the massive Mercado Municipal, trying the local food. I am planning a trip to Rio de Janeiro in a couple of weeks with Ale and a Brazilian friend of ours who has family there and I am of course just ridiculously excited! I hope classes don’t start again before then... (I know, wrong attitude to studying etc...) :P

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    Endless Stacks of Paper

    A travel blog entry by meganmulray on May 26, 2014

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    ... some of the Portuguese language. In Brazil, the Portuguese language is one of the most distinguishable characteristics. The rest of Latin America speaks Spanish. Therefore, most Brazilians speak Portuguese first, then Spanish secondly, and then it seems that very few know English. Our driver told us that English is taught in school, but is not taught in public school well, so if a parent wants their child to be more fluent in English they need ...

    Sao Paulo (2)

    A travel blog entry by alanchapman on Aug 17, 2013

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    Another overcast day but it is still winter in Sao Paulo.
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    Time for Some Business

    A travel blog entry by pierinis on Jun 03, 2013

    37 photos

    ... the typical expenses such as filings, assessments, etc. (the normal mortgage expenses we incur in the states), which really didn’t explain why the interest rates were so high on both mortgages and credit cards. The presentation was brief and I have to say I was put off by how rushed Mr. Rodrigues was with the presentation and the fact that he didn't really give the group a chance to ask questions.

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