Lis Bleu Pousada

Address: Rua Ovidio de Abreu 152 A, Tiradentes, State of Minas Gerais, 36325-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua Ovidio de Abreu 152 A, Tiradentes.
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          • Swimming pool


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services

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          Travel Blogs from Tiradentes

          Crystal Paradise

          A travel blog entry by uly4 on Aug 23, 2013

          21 photos

          Corinto is curiously geographically located in the exact center of the State of Minas Gerais. Is the State's crystal heart. It supplies most of the collectible crystals in the world.

          This was a crazy busy day, where I may have visited tens of suppliers to chose and pick crystals I needed. I'd like to stay there for weeks if possible was.

          Any ways, enjoy the pictures below that tells more than a thousand words.


          A travel blog entry by oli.jen on Jun 28, 2013

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... though as both had awful colds. On our last night we watched brazil win the confederation cup out side in a make shift bar, which was great fun in a superb atmosphere. The good luck ended the next the next day on a bus back to Rio as lorry drivers decided to protest and road block our route home turning in an easy 12 hour into another 22 hour. After not moving for 7 hours Jen was ready to murder someone. Glad we chose to pay for a flight to Bolivia ...

          Go to Diamantina!

          A travel blog entry by sifi87 on Jun 25, 2010

          ... I should probably get a little bit further than the main square whilst I was here, so I went a little way into the hills and watched local rural life. Kids played in the street and parents danced to loud music (I assume this is a Sunday ritual and they don`t just do it all the time) but it was good to watch all the same.

          The end of the day meant preparing for a loooong bus journey. And byu long, I meant 2 nights on a bus to Foz do Iguacu...nightmare!


          A travel blog entry by sabaidii on Mar 17, 2009

          I am not sure if it was worth the extra five hours of bus travel to get to Diamantina. When I got here last night, I still went for a walk through the quiet town at night,but after half an hour I felt I had seen it. Maybe it was just one colonial town too many in the last two ...

          Leafy colonial pit stop in the mountains

          A travel blog entry by loreen30 on Mar 17, 2009

          A nice, little, Colonial town with more great views along the way.  We stopped for lunch here. Lots of places have buffets that you pay by the kilo. They work out great. Hot sauce on the table. We eat by the kilo in many spots. Good for meats, chicken, rice & beans, plus salads. Everyone is their own style and its works out more often than not. This was a beautiful place to stop along a long ...