Tryp Nacoes Unidas

Address: Rua Fernandes Moreira, 1264, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 4716003, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santo Amaro area of Sao Paulo, is near Hopi Hari, Hotel Unique, Porto Calem, and Monte Serrat.
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      A travel blog entry by mancinibrazil on Jul 04, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      Once we set foot on Brazilian soil, the World Cup experience was starting to become real. You could sense the Brazilian people were very attached to their World Cup team and the world of football in general. Its a special thing to be sharing it with my two boys, Adrian and Alex. ~ FRANK Arriving in São Paulo was a great feeling because we knew we were in Brazil after 28 hours on planes. We only had another 1 hour flight to reach ...

      Feijoada and havaianas

      A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Dec 07, 2013

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      ... one of which was a black pair where I got a little England flag stamped onto the left one - so cute. After the shop we took a taxi home. Georgie and I milled about in our room, while Marcella had a nap. After a while she woke up but had a migraine so we collectively decided to stay in (I mean Georgie and I were in our pyjamas already so we weren't particularly keen to go out). We ordered some pizza and had some cake and it was ...

      Day 2 - More visits

      A travel blog entry by dmerkel11 on Jun 04, 2013

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      ... He couldn't remove them or he would not be able to see. These regulations are strict and there are NO EXCEPTIONS! Well, he got out of looking silly in those gowns anyway.

      We stil had the sustainability projects to observe but everyone was getting so tired from walking all day. We went to see the water trretment area. It was time for the long bus ride back.

      When we got back we still needed to ...

      Sao Paulo: Ollie Vs Food

      A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on May 30, 2013

      6 comments, 5 photos

      ... set off to see something/ eat somewhere, only to discover that it's closed down. It's like the Lonely Planet seal of approval is a kiss of death. This time it was a lively Japanese market- nowhere to be seen. We refused to be defeated so walked a few kilometres to a lively area called Sao Bento, in search of the Mercado Municipal.

      The crowds were immense, and we were there just in the middle of a working day. Tiny hilly streets were packed with hundreds of ...

      The End of my South American Journey

      A travel blog entry by lizsandell on Feb 26, 2012


      ... was this the therapy it was meant to be? No of course not, however I have learnt so much from it all and in ways that I never really imagined.

      First of all I’ve had a lot of posts and emails from all of you lovely people about all of the incredible experiences that I have had, and the wonderful things I have seen but actually the biggest thing for me was what it took for me to create those experiences. First of all I took a huge leap by heading off in ...