Da Vinci Hotel & Conventions
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... though it wasn’t the best night’s sleep we’ve ever gotten. Around 7 in the morning we took the second bus to town, got off too early due to a small misunderstanding and had to take the next bus, but eventually arrived in Santarém. There, we filled our bags with food and water and went to find a ticket for the boat. We had expected a large official office, but what we found was more like a little booth on the side of the road where, of course, nobody ...
... By the time we got there we resembled drowned rats but we didn't care as we had arrived just in time for Lunch. The food during our stay was excellent, nothing fancy but home cooked, locally sourced and very very yummy! Once we'd eaten and been shown to our room we were back onto the river for an afternoon of sloth hunting. The lodge itself was set out really nicely. About 15 individual huts, which were round and had a thatched roof were set off from the main ...
... birds and other wildlife.
Rio Negro Palace. 1546 Av. 7 de Setembro , +55 92 3232-4450. Call for information on attractions. The Rio Negro Palace was built by German farmers in the "golden age". Nowadays it's a cultural center and theater. It's one of the city's postcards. Prices vary.
Ponta Negra Beach it's a nice spot,and popular river beach. It has several bars and restaurants and is some distance west of the city.
Praia da Lua Beach very clean ...
Who the **** steals bananas?! This is the question of the day. We had several stops at different ports last night. Every time we stop there is an obnoxious horn that they have to ring a million times, for some reason, so I woke up a bunch of times throughout the night. This wasn't so bad, though, as it allowed me to sleep a good part of the morning away, instead of waking up at 6 like everyone else and being bored until the boat is schedule to arrive around 6pm. Every time I woke ...
Yes, the Amazon is a big river.
I flew from Cuiaba to Manaus (via Porto Velho). I knew Manaus was a decent sized city (2 million people) and landing there felt a little bit like landing in any Brazilian city, albeit more humid.
But looking at a map you can see the size of the river and the forest that Manaus is situated in, and it doesn't take much to get away from the concrete jungle and into the real thing.