Crowne Plaza Hotel Belem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... our stay here. We bumped into an English couple from Bristol who were checking out and exchanged travel stories. After lunch delicious Sushi/Japanese buffet and a mooch at the nearby shopping mall we checked in and our room was lovely plus we had the pool right outside our door and a mango tree overhead. Add to that the friendly staff and this was easily the nicest place we had stayed so far. ...
... drank some coconuts and left. The lady who sold us the coconuts was so sweet; sweet enough to get an honorable mention anyway. Suzane then took me to Mangal Das Garças, which is some sort of garden/zoo/wildlife reserve place with different animals, an enclosed bird forest and butterfly house, and beautiful views. The pictures do a decent job of describing what I saw. It was definitely pretty cool seeing so many birds I had never seen before. After the Mangal ...
... colonial-era edifices.
As well as the old city we saw many residential areas (lots of new developments) with great parks and enjoyed fresh coconut drinks (right out of the coconut) with Tadeu, our driver.
A most enjoyable time capped-off with a walk around Icoaraci and watching the fishing boats and the local ferries coming and going.
... and waiters are cranky and don't seem lazy, they work for peanuts. So the party died down and it was just me, Florindo and one of his buddies. They decided we should go wake up Luciano because he had retired early (3am) and that is just unacceptable. So we went and woke up Luciano and Marcel who had crashed at Luciano's house and went to Lobo's Bar (Wolf Bar) This place just doesn't close down. We sat around and listened to music and talked ...
... I awoke to some of the family already here and a busy kitchen with lunch being made. After a couple cups of coffee to wake up, I asked what was on the menu, it was beef, rice, and a salad made with potatoes, carrots, green beans, and fish. I then proceeded to talk about the egg tradition and we decided we should boil some. I boiled a dozen eggs and when the rest of the family arrived they brought some dye so we colored eggs which made mae (mom) very pleased. ...