Brisamar Hotel Sao Luis
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Brisamar Hotel Sao Luis Sao Luiz de Maranhao
Travel Blogs from Sao Luiz de Maranhao
... sponge). The plan was to check in and scout for food. Neill hadn't looked into hotel transfers so we hailed down two taxis to get to the hotel. As it was a holiday inn up until the week before we arrived, at first the taxi drivers were confused where to take us. São Luis is a very poor place indeed. Well, the area close to the airport anyway. It wasn't quite shanty town status ...
... a huge French colonial house now converted.Much of the building and each features date back to its founding in 1835,the roof tiled in rustic red with the black mould of humidity staining the walls.Tropical plants adorn every open space in the house making it feel like part of the building itself.
Sao Luis was founded in 1612 by the French, it is actually an island between two claws of land on either side.It was an important port linking it to ...
... but most of the time I'm at Via Mundo. We do walk to a bakery and get snacks during class! There are some yummy things. My favorite drink is Jesus, only found here in this state of Brazil. I do not know how to explain the taste, it is just soooooo good!
I really want to go to the beach soon! It is so hot here! about 82 degrees at night, 92 during day. ...
... of Brazil, so we wandered down to see if it was any good, but a sudden downpour turned the steep cobblestone streets into a bit of an ice-rink and we, the Royal we again, aren’t very good at ice-rinks so we didn’t last long and the actual band wasn’t very good either.
There is only one daily bus departure to Belem, our next stop, so we had to book our tickets a few days in advance and not just turn up at the ...
... you make the international sign for "sleepy," pull your hat over your eyes and hope he goes away.
2. You could be befriended by a guy who ends up giving you his name, address and phone number. Brazilians are a friendly lot, you're never alone on a bus journey.
3. You could be accosted by an Austrian man during the 5 hour wait between buses who spends a significant amount of time telling you that god is ...