Tryp Nacoes Unidas

Address: Rua Fernandes Moreira, 1264, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 04716003, 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, Instituto Butanta, and Porto Calem.
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    Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo

    Brace yourself, because I am about to stereotype..

    A travel blog entry by sargamyagnik on May 26, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    It is Day 3 in Brazil and we are starting to see some common traits among the people and packing our bags full of these stereotypes. And you and I both know that my blog wouldn't be complete without me sharing these with you.

    I mentioned before that Brazilians are laid back but you don't know what laid back is until you have been to Brazil. At a restaurant, when we ask for our check, it does not matter when we want it, ...

    World Cup!!

    A travel blog entry by p.albin on Jun 30, 2014

    ... fest. It was still 2 hours pre kick off when we got to the fan fest and it was not only full already but with crowds of people outside the gates. I was slightly disappointed for a short time because the fan fests had been brilliant all World Cup but this feeling wasnt to last long as there was a secondary screen just along from the fan fest which was basically a 2nd fan fest and just as packed and crazy! The amount of Argentinians there was just unbelievable and they were ...

    Down and Out

    A travel blog entry by stewy08 on Jun 22, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    One of my first observations of São Paulo is the amount of helicopters that fill the skies at any given time. Watching from below, I count five in one half an hour period leading me to pose the question of why to my friend of a friend Chris, an Englishman who has adopted Peru as his home and is on a World Cup holiday with wife and new born baby. 'It's the upper classes' he says in his Geordie accent, 'they avoid the traffic and fly everywhere'. On cue, no sooner has ...

    São Paulo-a flying visit!

    A travel blog entry by oconnorskd on Sep 25, 2013

    8 photos

    ... is famous for (and we had had in Rio) so we went to one that was highlighted in the lonely planet-it's the oldest pizzeria in São Paulo and housed in a former brothel!! It was Iovely pizza, we walked home in the ******* rain! Wasn't prepared for the cold there after Paraty!
    This morning after breakfast we packed and checked out and went up to Starbucks to use the free wifi as the hostels wifi ...

    Brazilian Travel Market

    A travel blog entry by atw80-wre on Jul 12, 2013

    ... In general, we were told that Brazil is the most advanced country, when it comes to corporate travel management in South America.

    There also is a trend to increase virtual meetings and cut down on actual business travel, however, Brazilian culture heavily depends on face to face interactions. Companies are reluctant to issue them to employees due to a lack of trust and fear of misuse. Therefore pre-payments are common, which again puts TMCs and TAs under ...