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  1. #9206

    Boate Muchachos

    I went with a couple of ISG'ers last night to this club. It's in Santo Amaro on Rua Barao do Rio Branco, 962. When you walk in, it is a long rectangle with checkered floors and red lighting. It looks like Casarao lite. There's a bar on the left and a long row of 2 person couches on the right. There is also an upper floor that covers about half of the club, where you can see the main floor from above. The place doesn't have a separate smoking room, so it was quite smoky.

    There were about 45 girls in the house at about 11:30 pm. Out of all of them, I would probably pay for 5 or 6 of those girls at the club's prices. The rest were zoo creatures. The place had about a 1-to-1 ratio of guys to girls, not as bad as Casarao's typical sausage fest of 5-to-1. I talked to one girl who was pretty cute. She worked and stayed at the club Thurs-Sun. Then went back to her other daily life at Guarulhos during the other days. There are no on-site rooms, but there is a motel across the street and another one about 100 feet to the right of the club that customers take the girls to. Prices are as follows:

    - Entrance: R$10 which includes 2 house brand beers and a refrigerante.

    - Half-Hour Session: R$100 including room.

    - One Hour Session: R$180 including room.

    - Taking the girl out of the club - this is no misprint: R$500 to the house and R$500 to the girl for 6 to 8 hours of pleasure.

    The place had a Tijuana vibe to it. I kind of felt like I was in Mexico. Nobody ended up taking any of the girls. It has some potential for a late night option since the pricing is pretty good, well except for the take out price but one can just get a girl's number and meet her later without the house involved.

  2. #9205

    Forum Help.

    Read the FAQ, but where is the Private Message link?

    I can't see it on any page.

    Also, how long does it take for a message to post?

    Thanks!

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    Greetings,

    It appears from your post that you don't quite understand the Forum's Private Message service.

    To use the Forum's Private Message service, both you and the Forum Member you are trying to contact must be either a subscriber or a Senior Member.

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    Jackson

  3. #9204
    Thanks gentlemen for providing your input on my hotel question on the forum and thanks to those who sent me PM. It greatly helps me in narrowing down my choice.

    Cheers,

    Frankfurt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    No, they are both there. There are three buildings. The one facing the street is the aparthotel Adagio. That's where some of the higher end girls live. On the left side is the Mercure hotel. Also the breakfast room and gym are in the Adagio building. They both belong to Accor hotels. Im not sure if the one on the right side is office building or more apartments.

  4. #9203
    Quote Originally Posted by Nuupter  [View Original Post]
    Yes, that is her name, I talked to her other friend who is called camila remedy, and she said she does it privately,and have no postings anywhere, so to be able to get her contact I need to meet camila and her for a duo LOL, maybe you can make a date with both of them and then introduce her to me afterwards? LOL, Her friend antonella is great and she said I will like her also.
    At Nuupter you have exquisite taste in women. Going to SP next week and will check out some of the girls you mentioned; Nicoli Blanco, Liliana, Beatriz Aguiar (although her number doesn't seem to work anymore; does she have a new one?

    BTW how did you get in touch with Camila Remedy? How much did she want? Help me understand correctly, Camila Remedy and Antonella Ribeiro both offered you to have a threesome with Suelen Castro (only a threesome, no way of getting Suelen by herself)? I'm after Camila and / or Suelen (1 on 1) and I'd pay good money for either one, please guide a brother in the right direction! Best.

  5. #9202
    Quote Originally Posted by Rovnak  [View Original Post]
    Yeah, Mercure SP Times Square on Jamaris, that is the one I was referring to below. When I went to look for it on google maps I found Aparthotel Adagio at that address so I thought it changed owners, but now I see it is still listed as Times Square on Accor site. I suspect it may be cross listed under both names.
    No, they are both there. There are three buildings. The one facing the street is the aparthotel Adagio. That's where some of the higher end girls live. On the left side is the Mercure hotel. Also the breakfast room and gym are in the Adagio building. They both belong to Accor hotels. Im not sure if the one on the right side is office building or more apartments.

  6. #9201
    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    The noise didn't bother me, but I can understand that some people sleep so lightly that it could be a problem. There is a third Mercure hotel in Moema, Mercure SP Times Square. I don't know if there is much difference, but it is slightly further away from the airplanes route and closer to the metro. When the planes approach the CGH airport they fly over Shopping Ibirapuera. The airport is closed from 11 PM till 06 AM. If you think noise may a problem, stay at Mercure SP Paulista. It is a very nice area, not far away from Tangara, Casarao, Bomboa and you can Uber to the other clinicas. Even if Republica may be too posh for the taste of Vila Mimosa (RJ) aficionados, it's quite dark at night and may not be the best place for a first time visitor. If you book a Mercure, make sure you book a renovated room. The old ones had their best before date long time ago, but the new ones are nice.
    Yeah, Mercure SP Times Square on Jamaris, that is the one I was referring to below. When I went to look for it on google maps I found Aparthotel Adagio at that address so I thought it changed owners, but now I see it is still listed as Times Square on Accor site. I suspect it may be cross listed under both names.

  7. #9200
    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyBoy99  [View Original Post]
    I stayed in an airbnb at Mercure Moema in February and am now in an airbnb at Mercure Priviledge. Both are almost the same distance to Moema metro station. Looking at the info on hotels.com, Moema appears to have better rooms, higher rating (8. 6 versus 7. 8) and also be a little cheaper. Regarding noise, there was occasional airplane noise in the morning but nothing that bothersome that I wouldn't stay there again. The noise at Priviledge is also not too bad, the occasional dragster late at night, and sometimes some aircraft flying overhead (especially on last Thursday morning, apparently due to flight schedules, there were a lot of planes flying overhead in the morning). If you stay at Priviledge, request a room on a high floor and not facing Avenida Macuco to reduce road traffic noise.

    I would not rule out either place because of noise concerns, and I doubt any hotel in Moema is immune from some noise from aircraft flying overhead.
    The noise didn't bother me, but I can understand that some people sleep so lightly that it could be a problem. There is a third Mercure hotel in Moema, Mercure SP Times Square. I don't know if there is much difference, but it is slightly further away from the airplanes route and closer to the metro. When the planes approach the CGH airport they fly over Shopping Ibirapuera. The airport is closed from 11 PM till 06 AM. If you think noise may a problem, stay at Mercure SP Paulista. It is a very nice area, not far away from Tangara, Casarao, Bomboa and you can Uber to the other clinicas. Even if Republica may be too posh for the taste of Vila Mimosa (RJ) aficionados, it's quite dark at night and may not be the best place for a first time visitor. If you book a Mercure, make sure you book a renovated room. The old ones had their best before date long time ago, but the new ones are nice.

  8. #9199
    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrl02  [View Original Post]
    Don't if it was lost or stolen, can't find my iPhone. I go to Find My iPhone on my MacBook and I get a signal from Campinas, Sao Paulo. WTF? Can anyone suggest somewhere where I can place an Int'l phone call to the USA to call my bank, etc?
    I use Skype Out all the time to place international phone calls.

  9. #9198

    ABG and Private Messages.

    Hi ABG,

    You mentioned you're having issues with sending PM's.

    I have sent you a Private Message and not sure if you're able to receive or reply.

    Looking forward to visiting SP for the first time November 23 for a few weeks and hopefully having somebody to show me around.

    Thanks.

  10. #9197
    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyBoy99  [View Original Post]
    I stayed in an airbnb at Mercure Moema in February and am now in an airbnb at Mercure Priviledge. Both are almost the same distance to Moema metro station. Looking at the info on hotels.com, Moema appears to have better rooms, higher rating (8. 6 versus 7. 8) and also be a little cheaper. Regarding noise, there was occasional airplane noise in the morning but nothing that bothersome that I wouldn't stay there again. The noise at Priviledge is also not too bad, the occasional dragster late at night, and sometimes some aircraft flying overhead (especially on last Thursday morning, apparently due to flight schedules, there were a lot of planes flying overhead in the morning). If you stay at Priviledge, request a room on a high floor and not facing Avenida Macuco to reduce road traffic noise.

    I would not rule out either place because of noise concerns, and I doubt any hotel in Moema is immune from some noise from aircraft flying overhead.
    As a resident directly in the flight path I have grown accustomed to it to the point where I do not even notice the planes but I can understand that it might bother visitors, although I would expect the hotels to be more soundproof than my apartment. I do recall that years ago I stayed at what was a Mercure but is now called Aparthotel Adagio So Paulo Moema on Jamaris and I did not notice any noise at all, and I was new to the city at that time so I was more sensitive. No idea about the condition of that hotel these days. Its not far from the other 2 being discussed but its on the indios side of avenida Ibirapuera. I. E. The clinicas side.

    One thing to note about Congonhas airport schedules. The flight noise is highly variable depending on day of week due to high % of flights which service the business travelers that arrive or leave Sao Paulo for the business week. Therefore, by far, the busiest times are Sunday late afternoon. Early evening, Monday morning, and Friday afternoon. Outside of those "rush hours" the flight are far less frequent, at least in my experience.

  11. #9196

    Abg.

    Quote Originally Posted by AltoBomGosto  [View Original Post]
    Plese PM me, I'm tying to PM you with no sucess. There is a problem on the PM messager.

    ABG.
    Hi ABG,

    You mentioned you are having problems with Private Messages. I've sent you a few and wondering if your able to receive and reply back.

  12. #9195

    Frankfurt

    I stayed in an airbnb at Mercure Moema in February and am now in an airbnb at Mercure Priviledge. Both are almost the same distance to Moema metro station. Looking at the info on hotels.com, Moema appears to have better rooms, higher rating (8. 6 versus 7. 8) and also be a little cheaper. Regarding noise, there was occasional airplane noise in the morning but nothing that bothersome that I wouldn't stay there again. The noise at Priviledge is also not too bad, the occasional dragster late at night, and sometimes some aircraft flying overhead (especially on last Thursday morning, apparently due to flight schedules, there were a lot of planes flying overhead in the morning). If you stay at Priviledge, request a room on a high floor and not facing Avenida Macuco to reduce road traffic noise.

    I would not rule out either place because of noise concerns, and I doubt any hotel in Moema is immune from some noise from aircraft flying overhead.

  13. #9194
    Quote Originally Posted by Lefeu  [View Original Post]
    I stayed earlier this year at hotel Mercure on Ave. Lavandisca for 5 days, and I was bothered by the airplane noise from the domestic airport nearby. I am also curious to know about hotels where the airport noise is not too bad. Thanks.
    If you don't want to wake up at 6 am and airplane noise is a concern unfortunately Moemo is not the place for you.

  14. #9193

    SOS: SP Old Hands.

    Don't if it was lost or stolen, can't find my iPhone. I go to Find My iPhone on my MacBook and I get a signal from Campinas, Sao Paulo. WTF? Can anyone suggest somewhere where I can place an Int'l phone call to the USA to call my bank, etc?

  15. #9192
    Quote Originally Posted by Frankfurt  [View Original Post]
    ... (1) Mercure SP Moema hotel on Av. Lavandisca and (2) Mercure Sao Paulo Previlege hotel on Av. Macuco...
    I stayed earlier this year at hotel Mercure on Ave. Lavandisca for 5 days, and I was bothered by the airplane noise from the domestic airport nearby. I am also curious to know about hotels where the airport noise is not too bad. Thanks.

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