Ville Atlantico Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVille Atlantico Hotel Santos
Windows that open to a roof top and do not lock securely, no room safe and no safe available at reception for another 24hrs, along with staff that do not speak english did not impress us or increase our sense of safety. Although Santos is on the beach, my sense was it catered for other Brazilians NOT overseas visitors.
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We arrived yesterday, Friday 13 March after a wonderful flight from Santiago, Chile and a reasonable nights sleep at the most comfortable holiday Inn at Santiago airport. We had arranged for a limousine service to meet us at São Paulo airport and travel directly to Santos. The flight was around 3.5 hrs and he car trip almost 2 hours, so we …
... ass off my bed" (to me) or "get off my bed you fat toad" (to Sheeno). Got the bus back to São Paulo at 5pm and checked back into 'Beats hostel' for the night. Went to the cinema again but this time to see fast and the furious 7. I thoroughly enjoyed the film even though it's so over the top and the script is as cringey as Kill Lee's chat up lines. Got back to the hostel and went straight to ...
We have gotten ourselves into a nice routine. Gym first thing in the morning. Not many people there, maybe they come later!?! The gym is very small but it has free weights so we're OK. Then to get our cappucino; it's not Starbucks, it's better! Off to the shower and breakfast. There is a great variety of food at all meals so we don't get bored. Then to a tour of the port city where we dock, either in the morning ...
... casual bystanders) of utter chaos but those officials sent to direct and assist us have done so a thousand times before and whereas you and I would have no problem in punching many of the arrivees due to their impatience, ignorance and sometimes aggressiveness with no respect for fellow passengers, everyone is greeted by MSC with the same polite smile!!
We showed our black cards and handed our passports over with our booking form. These were taken away ...
... The main source of work for most were the massive coffee plantations or fazendas which took off in the 19th century. Brazil was by far the world's largest exporter of the stuff until the market collapsed after the Wall Street crash in 1929. After reading all about it, we had a quick coffee, before jumping in a cab back into the centre. We'd only wanted to go to the nearest metro, but things got a little confused so we ended up getting out a Praça de Sé ...