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  1. #855

    Rua Augusta Boates...

    They are open everyday. Yes, Sunday is really not so busy, but if you take your time, you will find what you are looking for.
    Quote Originally Posted by Orca11
    Hey guys,

    I am going to be passing Sunday in SP near the end of Avenida Paulista.

    Are there any boates that are open on Sundays besides Kilt that is good and close by?

  2. #854

    Clinicas

    Thanks for reply. 2 days is a short period to do all. I would rather stick to investigating clinicas only.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sui Generis
    It depends of what are your plans. You're staying 2 days in São Paulo.
    Do you intend to visit the city? Masp, Edificio Copan, Avenida Paulista, Museu do Ipiranga, Banespa, Vale do Anhangabáu, Catedral da Sá, Estação da Luz, Pinacoteca, Viaduto do chá, and so on...

    If it's the case, I think that an hotel in Jardim (or even in Liberdade - see the links to the hotel in that bairro in my former posts) would be appropriate. However I have to add that clinics do not proliferate in Jardim (there is a good privê there though: 480 Al. Jaú).

    There is (or was, I'm not sure if it's still open) a clinic in Jardim: Pamplona Massagnes on 724 rua Pamplona.

    On the other hand, if you intend to spend your two days visiting clinics (because it seems that is you game of predilection) then I would rather consider renting an hotel in Itaim Bibi or Vila Olimpia (see hotel links on another recent post). There's a lot of good (even very good clinics) in those bairros and or not too far from Campo belo, Novo Brooklin, Moema where you have also a good selection of clinics. In those bairros the night life is also fabulous and more safer than the other bairros closer to Centro.

  3. #853

    Brazil Cupid is a good option

    About six months before visiting to brazil, I signed up for brazil Cupid.com.

    I am in my upper 30's and just an average looking guy. However, I received a large number of emails from good looking younger girls. I exchanged hotmail messages with several of them. Eventually I was down to three that showed the most interest and seemed normal.

    When I arrived in Sao Paulo on Sunday. That same day we made arrangements to meet that day. She picked me up at the hotel. She took me to a museum. We went to dinner afterwards. She dropped me back at my hotel.

    The next day we just instant messages. Tuesday she asked if she could come by the hotel. We had a drink and talked. Then she asked if she could kiss me. We passionately kissed. She went home after a little longer.

    On Thursday she said she had a surprise for me. She picked me up and took me to a different hotel. I though that was weird. We both signed into the hotel. We went to the room. When she opened the door I saw rose petals on the floor and a bottle of wine chilling. We ended up spending the night. We had sex every which way. Great BJ. It was an amaIng GFE.

    Definately not like at home with the wife! Of course this girl doesn't know about the wife.

    I have one more week here. I am looking forward to a few more great nights before I head back to the USA.

  4. #852

    Porn Stars in Brazil

    I was hoping someone could help me out with information on how to get in touch with Brazilian porn stars. I have been several times and got "phone numbers" from abusa.com and some of the girls websites but the numbers don't seem to work. Can anyone help? I was trying to reach Pamela Butt, Fabiane Thompson Mayara Shelson among others.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  5. #851
    Quote Originally Posted by Orca11
    Hey guys,

    I am going to be passing Sunday in SP near the end of Avenida Paulista.

    Are there any boates that are open on Sundays besides Kilt that is good and close by?
    Sunday is the worst day of the week because almost all garotas stay with their family, children, husband, boyfriend, female lover, pimp or whatever....

    There is aprivê in Moema which is open 24h every days of the week: Privê Eucaliptus but it's quite average.

  6. #850
    Quote Originally Posted by SailorSailor
    I have been reading about sao paolo for a few weeks and have seen that you have a deep knowledge about this ground. I will be staying in sao paola for 2 nights before going to rio..so any place safe/ medum priced/easy to reach and close to clinicas for a total newbie is ok.
    It depends of what are your plans. You're staying 2 days in São Paulo.
    Do you intend to visit the city? Masp, Edificio Copan, Avenida Paulista, Museu do Ipiranga, Banespa, Vale do Anhangabáu, Catedral da Sá, Estação da Luz, Pinacoteca, Viaduto do chá, and so on...

    If it's the case, I think that an hotel in Jardim (or even in Liberdade - see the links to the hotel in that bairro in my former posts) would be appropriate. However I have to add that clinics do not proliferate in Jardim (there is a good privê there though: 480 Al. Jaú).

    There is (or was, I'm not sure if it's still open) a clinic in Jardim: Pamplona Massagnes on 724 rua Pamplona.

    On the other hand, if you intend to spend your two days visiting clinics (because it seems that is you game of predilection) then I would rather consider renting an hotel in Itaim Bibi or Vila Olimpia (see hotel links on another recent post). There's a lot of good (even very good clinics) in those bairros and or not too far from Campo belo, Novo Brooklin, Moema where you have also a good selection of clinics. In those bairros the night life is also fabulous and more safer than the other bairros closer to Centro.

  7. #849

    SP Boates

    Hey guys,

    I am going to be passing Sunday in SP near the end of Avenida Paulista.

    Are there any boates that are open on Sundays besides Kilt that is good and close by?

  8. #848

    Hotel recomendation

    I have been reading about sao paolo for a few weeks and have seen that you have a deep knowledge about this ground. I will be staying in sao paola for 2 nights before going to rio..so any place safe/ medum priced/easy to reach and close to clinicas for a total newbie is ok.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sui Generis
    I surmise that you're asking me this question about Liberdade, am I right?

    In that case Gloria Plaza Hotel is a nice spot I would recommend.The only problem is that there are only few rooms available (32).

    http://www.gloriaplazahotel.com.br/index2.php

    Hotel Pierre, 305 rua Bueno de Andrade is very cheap...but this is a very very basic hotel.

    Hotel Akasaka is a little bit better in terms of cleanliness and rooms (single) start at R$99.

    http://www.akasakahotel.com.br/?page=index

    These are the hotels I know (but there are many more).

  9. #847
    Quote Originally Posted by SailorSailor
    Hi Sui Generis,

    Any specific hotel you suggest?
    I surmise that you're asking me this question about Liberdade, am I right?

    In that case Gloria Plaza Hotel is a nice spot I would recommend.The only problem is that there are only few rooms available (32).

    http://www.gloriaplazahotel.com.br/index2.php

    Hotel Pierre, 305 rua Bueno de Andrade is very cheap...but this is a very very basic hotel.

    Hotel Akasaka is a little bit better in terms of cleanliness and rooms (single) start at R$99.

    http://www.akasakahotel.com.br/?page=index

    These are the hotels I know (but there are many more).

  10. #846
    Quote Originally Posted by Berkonal
    Hi,

    I am going to ask for a location to book my hotel. When I checked booking and agoda I see that the good hotels are in an area called Itaim Bibi.

    Is that place close to Paulista.

    I don't want to stay in super expensive ones but in a comfortable one. My budget is around 120-130 USD per night.

    So can you suggest me a hotel which is close to bars, shopping places and girls ofcourse.

    Thanks in advance
    Itaim Bibi is not close to Paulista. On the other hand (and that's the bright side of it) you're closer to Brooklin where there are a lot of very very good clinicas. In Itaim Bibi you located in one of the best district in terms of nightlife (non-pro) and restaurants.

    Here's a partial list of hotels in Itaim Bibi

    Hotel Radisson Faria Lima
    Av. Cidade Jardim, 625 - Itaim Bibi
    F.: (11) 3093-5960
    www.radisson.com/saopaulobr



    Hotel Meliá Jardim Europa
    R. João Cachoeira, 107 - Itaim Bibi
    F.: (11) 3702-9600 / 0800-703-3399
    www.solmelia.com



    Staybridge Hotel Suítes São Paulo
    R. Joaquim Floriano, 466 - Itaim Bibi
    F.: (11) 3706-6600 / 0800-775-7777
    www.staybridge.com.br



    Hotel Meliá Confort Itaim
    R. Manuel Guedes, 320 - Itaim Bibi
    F.: (11) 3066-2699
    www.meliaconfortitaim.solmelia.com



    Hotel Clarion Jardim Europa
    R. Jerônimo da Veiga, 248 - Itaim Bibi
    F.: (11) 3702-9000
    www.atlanticahotels.com.br



    Hotel Gran Estanconfort Itaim
    R. Joaõ Cachoeira, 292 - Itaim Bibi
    F.: (11) 3704-6000
    www.estanplaza.com.br



    Hotel Meliá Confort Jesuíno Arruda
    R. Jusuíno Arruda, 806 - Itaim Bibi
    F.: (11) 3704-4400 / 0800-703-3399
    www.solmelia.com



    Hotel Meliá Confort Iguatemi
    R. Iguatemi, 150 - Itaim Bibi
    F.: (11) 3704-5100 / 0800-703-3399
    www.trypiguatemi.solmelia.com

    These hotels (above) are just a little bit over 150$

    If you want something less expensive I'd suggest something like the following ones

    http://www.fellerhotelaria.com.br/ (rooms start at 130$)

    The following hotels are under 130$

    http://www.accorhotels.com/pt/hotel-...ia/index.shtml

    http://www.accorhotels.com/pt/hotel-...al/index.shtml

    http://www.accorhotels.com/pt/hotel-...bi/index.shtml

    http://www.accorhotels.com/pt/hotel-...ld/index.shtml

    Before I bought my comdo in São Paulo I used to saty at these hotels and I can vouch for them.

  11. #845
    Quote Originally Posted by Lean Sandy
    Hi friends,

    I am new to Sao Paulo and would have around 4 hrs in Sao Paulo on Saturday from 10 am to 1400 hrs nothing to do. Is there any massage center nearby where I can use the facility and come back to the airport. I do not know portugese at all so it has be absolutely safe.

    Can someone suggest something else please.

    Thanks,

    Sandy

    Sandy,

    I'll go straight to the point. The fact that you are only four hours in SP (and moreover between 10am to 2pm) plys definitely against you.

    A couple of years ago there were still decent venues in Guarulhos like for example Clínica Clean Life (which was located on rua Francesco Gonzaga Vasconcellos).
    Nowadays the only (almost respectable) clinica I know in that region is Glamour Massagens.

    Glamour Massagens

    Adress: 3176 Av. Marechal Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco, - Gopoúva - Guarulhos - SP

    Phone: (11) 6422-1986 / 7622-4191

    The negative points about this place are
    1) Few garotas
    2) Showers are disgusting
    3) R$100 for the garota (according to me it's steep for the quality of the place)
    4) I don't even know if they are open so early in the day

    As an alternative I would suggest two boates : Café Maça or café Monik American Bar. The only problem is that they open around 7pm.

    There are several privês in Guarulhos but the fact that you don't speak Portuguese is not a good option.

  12. #844
    Hi Sui Generis,

    Any specific hotel you suggest?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sui Generis
    As the regular members on this board already know, I always stay in Moema which is one of the nicest and safest in Sampa.

    Liberdade (the Japanese bairro) is a safe place and at a walking distance from Catedral da Sá (and Praça João Mendes). Lot of restaurants, metro stations and a lot of motels (some garotas received only there).

    Another bairro with affordable hotels is Vila Mariana. The only problem is that there a not too much good restaurants in that district.

  13. #843

    Place to stay

    Hi,

    I am going to ask for a location to book my hotel. When I checked booking and agoda I see that the good hotels are in an area called Itaim Bibi.

    Is that place close to Paulista.

    I don't want to stay in super expensive ones but in a comfortable one. My budget is around 120-130 USD per night.

    So can you suggest me a hotel which is close to bars, shopping places and girls ofcourse.

    Thanks in advance

  14. #842

    Clinicas near Guarlhos airport

    Hi friends,

    Any clinicas near the Guaralhos airport which are safe?

    Thanks,

    Sandy

  15. #841

    can some one help

    Hi friends,

    I am new to Sao Paulo and would have around 4 hrs in Sao Paulo on Saturday from 10 am to 1400 hrs nothing to do. Is there any massage center nearby where I can use the facility and come back to the airport. I do not know portugese at all so it has be absolutely safe.

    Can someone suggest something else please.

    Thanks,

    Sandy

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