Pousada Villa Camboa

Estrada do Camburi 1113, Sao Sebastiao, State of Sao Paulo, 11600-000, Brazil | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Estrada do Camburi 1113, Sao Sebastiao, is near Memorial da America Latina, Playcenter, Ayrton Senna Highway, and Number One Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Sao Sebastiao

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A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on Jun 26, 2014

... for the food industry for 30 years. Recent years have been tough, and they were considering closing, having reduced staff from 40 to 10. Then in February this year, they received a massive order from a major Brazilian company for delivery of equipment before and during the World Cup. They would be severely penalised if they missed the deadline. It required almost around-the-clock work and an increase in employment to around 50, and they have had a frantic few ...

I can't sleep!

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Feb 04, 2014

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... at the top. It's open on the half hour for free to see the views. Unfortunately, it closes between 12.30pm and 2.30pm which was right when we got there. So it was back on the metro to Luz to the Pinacoteca do Estacao, it was $6 Real to get in and had a good collection of Brazilian contemporary art. On the way to the gallery we stopped at a local cafe to grab some lunch. In Brazil you can ...

Basking in Brazil and Checking out Chile

A travel blog entry by lizandalex on Nov 16, 2012

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... were fearful we would have to wait another hour and that the same thing would happen at the Argentinian checkpoint, we contemplated walking the 3 km but were told it was very dangerous because there was no walkway (they neglected to mention the 4m wide verge you could easily walk on). Thankfully, we only had to wait 35mins for the next bus and when we arrived at the Argentinian checkpoint, there was quite a group of us English speaking people and we shadowed that bus driver (as he had to ...

São Paulo, SP

A travel blog entry by desousa on Jun 20, 2012

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São Paulo is a huge city, one of the largest in the world, with close to 18 million inhabitants.
... And 6 million cars!

Not all cars can be on the road everyday. There is a quota system based on the registration number, which reduces the daily number by about a million. Even so, the traffic is horrendous!

We landed at 5,30 pm, spent about 1/2 hour going through passport control and colecting lugagge and found a smiling Luis Cézar, the President ...

Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by midgesrtw on Jul 18, 2011

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... a pretty average shopping centre but most of the shops inside would give Hong Kong a good run for their money. Midge was really happy about doing the 4 day Inca Trail because it prepared him for the high-intensity power walk around every shop in the complex! It was around this stage that we realised how different Portuguese is in comparison to Brazilian Portuguese. Brazilians are super friendly and are never shy to strike up a conversation. The problem was that we could ...