Coliseum Hotel

Address: Av. Manoel Machado, s/n - Praia das Fontes, Beberibe, State of Ceara, 62840-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Manoel Machado, s/n - Praia das Fontes, Beberibe.
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    Travel Blogs from Beberibe

    Hostel move day.

    A travel blog entry by louisew91 on Oct 09, 2015

    ... dancing. I again became acquainted with a Brazilian girl who tried and failed to show me the bum twerking technique. My body is definitely not built for dancing. As Jens kind of promoted the club and persuaded us all to go he received a bottle of vodka and mixers for our table so the evening was very cheap. It definitely wasn't a Swedish party as I think that Jens may have been the only swede and the music was modern pop. We were all drunk however so we didn't particularly ...

    Back to Fortaleza

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on May 25, 2015

    ... trip that felt like it took forever and we eventually arrived back in Fortaleza at 1300. The bus stopped and dropped locals off where ever they wanted but no chance it was stopping for us where it was easy for us and along the same roads, so we got off at Beira Mar and grabbed a taxi back to Full Sail where we would stay for the night. I had left my watch there and so had to head back anyway. We dumped our bags in the room and went out to find a travel ...

    Fortaleza day 3

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on May 20, 2015

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    ... our dinner supplies and decided to just grab a few things as we decided to go for a little date night down on the water. Leesh whipped up a small salad and we walked down to the fish market. On the way, we checked out the night markets and grabbed out bus tickets to Jericoacoara for 75reais before walking what seemed like forever, before finally finding the small blue stalls selling fresh seafood. We grabbed a kilo of prawns for 35reais ...

    Whistling winds

    A travel blog entry by holident on Mar 02, 2013

    ... the sandy plains before the beach.

    Upon trying to set my tent my tent up I realised just how windy it was. My tent attempted to blow away on numerous occasions & I eventually gave up, concerned about breaking it. Repacking it I placed it back on the truck, discovering about 4 others in the group had had the same problem, or not ...


    A travel blog entry by like_a_jujo on Jan 03, 2013

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    ... drive back home.
    later in the evening we experience some power outages, the whole area turned black, it was eerie at first but when the power came back you could hear hundreds of people cheering, quickly followed by a "oooooh" of dismay when it went out almost immediatly, but the Fortaleza power worked diligently and it was back and running as usual within minutes.

    the evening was spent at the nearby ...