Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada

SHTN, Trecho 1, Conj. 1B, Bloco A & B, Brasilia, State of Acre, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on SHTN, Trecho 1, Conj. 1B, Bloco A & B, Brasilia, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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Travel Blogs from Brasilia

Brasilia: shiny, young but just a little soulless.

A travel blog entry by emmaw on Aug 04, 2014

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... and back over the stadium in the other. After a kilo lunch we headed back to the hostel - and that is where I am now, sat on the sofa on the first floor in just a perfect temperature. Brasilia is a very interesting city, beautiful architecture, perfectly planned (and it has great weather!). But it does seem to lack a soul and character, maybe because it's so young as a city, maybe because it is too 'perfect', but it is definitely worth a visit and is totally ...

Final Morning in Manaus, then leave for Brasilia

A travel blog entry by pduester on Jan 27, 2011

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... houses. Brazil area is 8 million sq km, 51% is rain forest, next is Savannah vegetative. That compares to 9.6 million sq km in the US. Environmental laws are getting strict. When you buy new land you must keep 20% in natural vegetative state, You are not paid anything for the acres that are set aside. In the Amazon you have to keep 80% in the natural state. Poor pheasants were given 50 hectares, to start development in Manaus. On the outskirts ...


A travel blog entry by rennyavm on Feb 28, 2010

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... has no columns. Only a few objects are apparent: a wide spiral staircase with no bars, a piece of art of aluminium plates intended by the artist to be manipulated by visitors, and an Amazon garden in the back. These as well as the walls and floor were carefully designed by architects and artists, and certainly few of it would have appeared to me as such if it weren't for the tour guide. He led us upstairs to where ceremonies and treaty-signing occurs. Like ...

Muffin Time

A travel blog entry by braziladventure on Feb 27, 2010

... then wandered the busy markets beneath it, I eventually did decide to give up on the bus completely though and headed in the direction of the city's best shopping centre, but that transpired to be a bad idea too, as this is where I had the map upside down... I stopped to ask a hotelier where I was and he just laughed! I had to laugh too, I must have looked so funny, a gringa drowned rat, he told me to get a taxi, but I decided to hop on the metro ...

Going solo - Jericoacoara, Brasilia and...Home....

A travel blog entry by jamesharrison on Sep 20, 2008

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... arrived at my pousada so I opted for sleeping in a hammock in the grounds, only to be woken 2 hours later by an angry German.... It turned out that Wolfgang, the angry German, was the owner and he had some people crash in his hammocks the day before as a free bed. It was all good in the end and I negotiated a good price and 2 nights free accommodation to boot. The HI card I purchased back in Argentina also saved me 7 Reals a night ...