Bonaparte Hotel Residence

Setor Hotelerio Sul, Brasilia, Federal District, 70322-901, Brazil | Hotel

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Ball games in Brasilia

A travel blog entry by longwayround21


Wow. What a few days it's been. Back into Brasil, in the capital, Brasilia. There isn't a huge amount to do in Brasilia for tourists, it's mostly a municipal and government centre of office, with a bit of interesting architecture, but it definitely doesn't have the draw that somewhere like Rio does for the casual traveller. That said, the town was flooded with Colombia fans for the big match against Ivory Coast, one of our games. Going to the stadium on the big day ...

Lencois to Brasilia

A travel blog entry by derrick241

This is a top pick!

... off, there was a lot of stuff found people hadn't seen for some time, it took best part of the morning and afternoon to get it all done, but it really made all the difference but I don’t think it will last long

Well, I may as well skip the 2 long days of travel as they were uneventful and just watched the country side drift by and after a while it just blended in, people read books, kindles, listened to music or just did a combination of them all

There ...

A Brazilian Christmas

A travel blog entry by louisekeen


... hotel zone, commercial zone, housing zones. The hotel zone is in the empty centre so is eerily quiet at night & on the weekend (and you can imagine how quiet on New Years Day). A strange place, but well worth the big detour.

We saw in the New Year on the Monumental Axis. Lots of fireworks (but little choreography) and incredibly loud samba bands and big crowds (so there are some people there!).

Happy New Year!


Brasilia, I'm living in a jetplane....

A travel blog entry by marie-line


... is how everyone sports. At night I went running and I never had so much company, hundreds of other people were running also. And they have the "playgrounds for grownups", fitness equipments everywhere, open to use for free by anyone. Great!
Brasilia is also very green, like 1 big park. The advantage of being planned! Although I arrived in the dryseason, sadly, I heard it is beautiful after rain. Instead I saw little random fires everywhere.

I had to be in this ...

The Capital of Brazil

A travel blog entry by oltona


... back in shorts and a vest top and my beloved flip flops. But having been in Bogota for 2 weeks my tan has faded - easy come easy go, so I managed to acquire strap marks walking around Brasilia - get rid asap!
My feet certainly got a good workout and since I didn't sleep much on the plane and the time difference, I enjoyed the hotel room even more - it made a nice change after almost 3 months of hostels, hammocks or crashing on people´s stone floors ...


This hotel, located on Setor Hotelerio Sul, Brasilia, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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