Equatorial Palace Hotel

Address: Ave Braz de Aguiar 612, Belem, State of Para, 66035-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ave Braz de Aguiar 612, Belem, is near Cidade Velha.
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Travel Blogs from Belem


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 27, 2015

42 photos

... 8217;t realised I was in the a/c lounge – it incurred an extra charge on booking but no restrictions once on board and much cleaner/more space. Tied and padlocked my daypack to one of the metal posts on a pallet as the floor was swimming in water – at least boarding in the rain enabled me to select a dry spot as not only entering from the sides but from the middle of the deck ...

Day 108 - Belem Brazil

A travel blog entry by cinnamongirl13 on Apr 23, 2013

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... showed our tickets, got our stickers identifying our bus number and headed down to the gangway to get on the tenders. In this port we couldn’t use the ships tenders, we were using shoreside tenders which were very stinky, pollution-causing riverboat type boats with open sides all around. We scanned our identification cards, got on the tender, discovered it was full and got off the tender. We waited about 10 minutes and they told us to follow them ...

Markets and Supermarkets

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Jun 28, 2012

2 comments, 16 photos

... fruit. What I really want to know is who eats all those brazil nuts?

After wandering the market we went on to the port with the fishing boats - it looked pretty but the smell was not so good. The fishermen had cleaned the catch on the dock and thrown the guts into the water - the scavengers were enjoying a good feed the herons looking on.

Easter Weekend

A travel blog entry by andy.toma on Apr 08, 2012

1 comment, 44 photos

... it pours. In an attempt to keep cameras and cell phones dry (not mine since I saw the rain coming) we made a run for it back to the bar where we could dry off and wait for the rain to pass. Once the rain was gone the sun came back out and dried everything off. I set up my hammock and kicked back in the island breeze. All the bars are run by people who live either at the bar or just a short walk away from them. This bar was ours, there was no one else around ...

Lost in translation, papai

A travel blog entry by grandtour on Apr 22, 2011

... that make me part of the place. but despite being a foreigner, ive still felt at home in many places, mostly due to the people. and thats one reason i wanted to travel. to learn, but also to meet people. its like my dad tells me, he feels like the world is his oyster, not just arkansas or illinois. and i think i feel that same way, whether im viewed as an estangeiro or not.

ive been listening to this great song. you should too...
bibio- lover's carving

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