Brisamar Hotel Sao Luis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Sao Luiz de Maranhao
... got them
down to 90r but not happy with the room options – no outside windows or wifi in
room and renovations in progress that had already started by 9am.
Luckily I eventually found the tourist office in town open
and they called out the English speaker to assist – quickly settled into one of
the many traditional tile faced (azuelhos) colonial house ...
... lunch of mini pizzas, kibes (tasty minced meat things) & cute mini soda cans. Gathering our belongings up again we walked around the historic centre. Walking around you get the feeling the city's finest days were behind it. A few buildings have been restored, but many more could be - it must have been quite a city in its day! The historic city is packed with 1-2 story Portuguese colonial style buildings with high ceilings & ...
... about 2 h of sleep and with a lovely little hangover in order to get to Lençois Maranhenses. Of course the first bus took an hour longer than intended. Therefore we had to find the connecting transport already gone when when we arrived. We had no other choice, we had to hire a private boat to take us down the river. It was certainly a cool trip but also about five times as expensive. On top of that we afterwards found out that we had paid way too much - ...
... killer! good and bad. 14 hours in economy becomes really really really hot after the first 1 and a half hours. but you meet a lot of people, especially being the only two gringas and the view is amazing. for some reason the train decided to keep the tvs on throughout the whole ride, even though the only thing shown was the letters DVD bouncing from one corner to the next, while the screen was dismantled into waves and grey flashes. ...
... influenced city in Brazil. It was first discovered by the French who quickly lost it to the Portuguese and it sits at the mouth of several estuaries in the Baia de Sao Marcos, which is an extension of the Atlantic Ocean. It is very attractive and very poor. The houses are coated with beautiful patterned tiles, used to protect the plaster and brick work from the elements and is thus named the tiled city. The African influence is seen not only in the colour of ...