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  1. #141
    Quote Originally Posted by whoisit
    i am going to bh for the first time next week to see a non-gdp friend of mine. i have been to rio many times, and know the terma culture there pretty well. my friend has suggested that i stay in the savassi hotel in bh. two questions; does anyone know this hotel, and is it permissible to bring friends back to your room there? any info i can get would be appreciated.
    hi whoisit

    i put off replying in case someone had better info as i haven't stayed there.

    the hotel is several miles out of the centre. if it's in savassi, that is a great area for many things. place to take a girlfriend, non-mongering nightlife and so on. there are some upmarket mongering options you might enjoy (i stuck to the cheaper stuff downtown as i had limited time) and it's a nice westernised, upmarket suburb - reminded me of the u.s. actually.

    bh is a fairly big city so i'm guessing the chances people know individual hotels away from the main strips may be low.

    bh on the whole is not 'crazy' like rio is. buses travel at a normal (safe) speed, it's pretty safe, and you don't get pestered. posh gentlemen's clubs were advertised in the tourist brochure last year.

    if you like swank hotels, the down-and-dirty may not be your scene (you mention rio termas but there's a big diff between 4x4 - think posh savassi - and the 10r places or vm - think bh concrete knock-shops that are walking distance from centro).

    if you're unphased by grubby, bh concrete brothels are quite an attraction: converted cheap hotels where each room door is left ajar (with ho beckoning) until you accept the business on offer. lots of 'em. almost next door to each other (see earlier posts).

  2. #140

    Visiting BH for the First Time

    I am going to BH for the first time next week to see a non-GDP friend of mine. I have been to Rio many times, and know the terma culture there pretty well. My friend has suggested that I stay in the Savassi Hotel in BH. Two questions; does anyone know this hotel, and is it permissible to bring friends back to your room there? Any info I can get would be appreciated.

  3. #139

    Flights from Europe

    Have this information been provided before ? :

    Since February 2008, TAP have weekly 5 direct flights from Lisbon, Portugal to Belo Horizonte.

    ...B

  4. #138
    Quote Originally Posted by Wizzard Of All
    "Rosa", of New Sagitarius (was working the floor of the club back in August 2007) CONFIRMED with Herpes-2 (genital herpes). Condoms aren't 100% protection.
    Quite correct of course. Especially with the half-length condoms sold by many major manufacturers.

    Doesn't give complete protection but I recommend Preserv Extra if you are buying Brasilian ones. Or take your own 'large size'.

    I never went anywhere as posh as Sag. so cannot comment lol <g> (I don't think it matters where you go for the point Wizzard made. You take a risk every time you take a new sexual partner. That includes non-GDP back home, however much you might like to imagine they are 'safer').

  5. #137

    Herpes Report!

    "Rosa", of New Sagitarius (was working the floor of the club back in August 2007) CONFIRMED with Herpes-2 (genital herpes). Condoms aren't 100% protection.

    Insidious virus - contractible even when sores aren't showing/evident.
    Safe "surfing" dudes.

  6. #136
    I´m so pleased you enjoyed it Jake! One of the things I like about the place is its compactness - many great watering holes in a small lake of joy so to speak. Some of the girls offered me phone numbers as well but I didn´t have time to invite them back for the night at the hotel - might be worth a try if you feel a good rapport though.

    Hot pickings,
    Chris

    Quote Originally Posted by Jake993
    Hot damn Chris - this place is great!

    Stopped by twice today. Once this morning at 10:00 AM for an hour for a whopping R$60 and got bbbj and various positions with a 24 year old Mineira who gave a great massage too. Actually reasonable GFE believe it or not. I have had programs at Solarium that did not have as much GFE.

    Came back at 11:20 PM but pickings were pretty slim. A lot of girls had gone home due to a slow night. Found another Mineira after wandering the hall for a while who was a bigger girl with a nice round bunda. Not my type really but she was a hoot. Really good sense of humor. Offered me a CBJ for $R20 or $R50 for the rest of the hour as they close at midnight.

    I have not been to VM, but has got to be up there as far as value for dollar goes.

  7. #135

    660 Rua Guaicurus

    Hot damn Chris - this place is great!

    Stopped by twice today. Once this morning at 10:00 AM for an hour for a whopping R$60 and got bbbj and various positions with a 24 year old Mineira who gave a great massage too. Actually reasonable GFE believe it or not. I have had programs at Solarium that did not have as much GFE.

    Came back at 11:20 PM but pickings were pretty slim. A lot of girls had gone home due to a slow night. Found another Mineira after wandering the hall for a while who was a bigger girl with a nice round bunda. Not my type really but she was a hoot. Really good sense of humor. Offered me a CBJ for $R20 or $R50 for the rest of the hour as they close at midnight.

    I have not been to VM, but has got to be up there as far as value for dollar goes.

  8. #134
    Quote Originally Posted by Jake993
    Thanks Chris. I appreciate the description. I arrive on Monday afternoon and will wander down for a little "exercise" before my dinner meeting.
    No probs, Jake! Enjoy, and keep us up to date with maybe some stories of your adventures

  9. #133
    Quote Originally Posted by Christopherd
    Absolutely. Belo is quite westernised and doesn't have the determination to be mental that seems a prerequisite for living in say RJ. Guaricus is a run-down area (looks better just after the streets are cleaned and the brothel stairs are washed down) but safe enough. Same for round the station, although that's slightly more hairy-looking at night. The brothels are well policed. The only time I felt threatened was when I had a slight disagreement with a woman. The bouncers politely escorted me to the top of a disused iron staircase where I coughed up some cash.
    Thanks Chris. I appreciate the description. I arrive on Monday afternoon and will wander down for a little "exercise" before my dinner meeting.

  10. #132
    Quote Originally Posted by Jake993
    OK, I think I answered my own question. Sounds like Rua Guaicurus 660 is the place to check out. I am staying at the Best Western just off Alfonso Pena near Park Municipal. Looks to be less than a mile away. Is it safe enough to take a stroll down in the afternoon? This sounds like too much fun to pass up.
    Absolutely. Belo is quite westernised and doesn't have the determination to be mental that seems a prerequisite for living in say RJ. Guaricus is a run-down area (looks better just after the streets are cleaned and the brothel stairs are washed down) but safe enough. Same for round the station, although that's slightly more hairy-looking at night. The brothels are well policed. The only time I felt threatened was when I had a slight disagreement with a woman. The bouncers politely escorted me to the top of a disused iron staircase where I coughed up some cash.

  11. #131

    RTFF - I know, I know

    OK, I think I answered my own question. Sounds like Rua Guaicurus 660 is the place to check out. I am staying at the Best Western just off Alfonso Pena near Park Municipal. Looks to be less than a mile away. Is it safe enough to take a stroll down in the afternoon? This sounds like too much fun to pass up.

  12. #130

    Best Western - Belo Horizonte

    Does anyone have any idea if the Best Western in Belo Horizonte is girl friendly? I know that it's recently been renovated and is supposed to be pretty decent. Being an American chain hotel I would expect it to be friendly, but it never hurts to ask.

    I am arriving in BH on Monday for three nights and am looking for some action if anyone has any suggestions.

    Thanks,

    Jake

  13. #129

    Nope

    Peter,

    Sorry man, just like everyother Othon Palace, they are vey strict about it. You can sneak a very regular looking and regular dressed chica in, but no chance for a GDP looker. Try the Wimbeldon just up the street on Alfonsa Pena for take-in. Wasn't a problem for me, I just visited the hotels on Rua Guarius everday day!!1

    Cheers,

    Hoje

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Den
    HojeObrigdo:

    Just to clarify, is this a girl friendly hotel?

    Thanks,

    Peter

  14. #128

    Othon Palace Hotel ?

    HojeObrigdo:

    Just to clarify, is this a girl friendly hotel?

    Thanks,

    Peter

    Quote Originally Posted by Hojeobrigado
    Peter,

    As spots to visit, if you are interested in all things Brasil, both Diamontina and Ouro Preto are great!! I visited as part of a tour of the Estrada Real (the road the Portuguese built to get the gold out), which is the oldest road built by Europeans in the America´s.

    Regarding action, I wasn´t really looking, as every night led back to Belo, but I am curious about one thing I think someone like Bubba or Sperto could answer, all over Brasil in the country, one comes across ¨Motels¨ these are usually on the outskirts of town and unlike VIP´s etc. in Rio, they are built rather like a fort, with a in drive thru door and an out ddor. They are built rather like a Stockade in a square with an open center.

    I assume they are like most Motel's in S. A. Since they usually have a name like ¨Motel Amor¨ or something. They tend to be on the edge of town or out in the country, so I wonder. Are the Garoata's in the Motel or do you need to bring your own? Most open after sun down and seem open late, but are shut up during the day, hopefully someone can answer this one.

  15. #127
    Quote Originally Posted by Hojeobrigado
    I assume they are like most Motel's in S. A. Since they usually have a name like ¨Motel Amor¨ or something. They tend to be on the edge of town or out in the country, so I wonder. Are the Garoata's in the Motel or do you need to bring your own? Most open after sun down and seem open late, but are shut up during the day, hopefully someone can answer this one.
    As Sperto said, you need to bring your own garota. Most motels are open 24/7, although they do indeed get most of their business at night. They may appear to be closed during the day, but there will be somebody there. The reason for the fortress-like appearance is for anonymity; probably the majority of motel patrons are married men cheating on their wives.

    L

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