Transamerica Classic Opera

Address: Alameda Lorena, 1748, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01242-000, Brazil | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Pinheiros area of Sao Paulo, is near Park of the Snail, Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, Livraria Cultura, and Parque Trianon.
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      Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo

      It's my birthday! :)

      A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Oct 17, 2014

      We were hungover so I spent my birthday morning lying on the couch watching TV and napping. Not that I was upset about it, I could hardly move anyway. Thanks for showing me how Brazilians party Bruno. Unforgettable night.

      I popped a panadol before we cooked some dinner and started drinking again. Tonight was the real birthday party! Bruno was too hungover to move so he decided not to come out. I forgave him, I understand.
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      The biggest city in South America..

      A travel blog entry by ashhigh on Jun 15, 2014

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      ... We were soooo full and decided to make use of their free minibus shuttle service home despite it only being a 10 minute walk...ridiculous! If you are ever in São Paulo make sure you go to Vento Haragano! Tuesday was Ash's birthday and we went for a picnic in a really nice park similar to New York's Central Park, before heading to the Fan Fest for Brazil v Mexico - luckily we got in there early as they had to close the gates and get the riot police to block the crowds! We ...

      Brazilian Hospitality In and Around Favelas

      A travel blog entry by jovi on Mar 16, 2014

      9 comments, 13 photos

      ... we started into a poor residential area with busy bars on the street corners where there were about as many people inside as there were outside on the street. As the music faded it wasn’t long until more music up ahead started to get louder as we neared the next lively bar. We turned off the bigger road and into the darker residential streets where there were thousands of small paintless houses upon one another with no gaps in between and the odd stray dog ...

      Learning to Talk Again

      A travel blog entry by evan.brizius on Jul 14, 2013

      ... O.B. Accordingly on the way we stopped at a grocery store to buy a week's supply of liquor and cookies. The music was surprisingly good. I suppose many of the world's great cover artists are hiding out in Brazil. It was almost disconcerting to hear songs from our parents' coming-of-age in such a different setting. I should add though that after stumbling through Portuguese conversations all day long, I think Dan and I felt pretty proud of ourselves when we were ...

      Arrive in São Paulo

      A travel blog entry by gary.lange on Jun 02, 2013

      53 photos

      ... it) had been closed for the annual São Paulo pride parade. Watching over a million people having one big party in a parade going down the street is quite spectacular, and colorful - It was like a mini carnival! By this time exhaustion was starting to set in, and I was elated to find a Starbucks a block away from my hotel... Life was good.

      We met down in the lobby of the hotel around 7:30 to leave for our Welcome dinner at a Brazilian ...