Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada

Address: SHTN, Trecho 1, Conj. 1B, Bloco A & B, Brasilia, State of Acre, Brazil | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada

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Travel Blogs from Brasilia

Day 3

A travel blog entry by natalie.tillen on Feb 06, 2012

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... afternoon I was out by the pool getting in my rotations of tanning/pool. Pretty easy day, finished with a family dinner outside on the sun deck. Marnie made a delicious prawn curry with pineapple, rice and salad and semi-frozen peanut butter cookies for dessert.
Today Marnie woke me up for pilates at 830am. We went to this woman's house where we did pilates on an outdoor tile floor. Although I've never done pilates before and my hamstrings were tighter than a lid on a ...

Final Morning in Manaus, then leave for Brasilia

A travel blog entry by pduester on Jan 27, 2011

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... s minimum wage. 17,000 Real’s /year, must pay 17% income tax, that can go up to 35%. Since 1988, everyone has healthcare. The government is trying to increase the number of schools. People take exams to become civil servants. There are many civil servants, 1.3 million. They make 5000/month. Many families have a maid because the women work 2 jobs. Public school start at age of 4 for day. There are 188 schools.






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Muffin Time

A travel blog entry by braziladventure on Feb 27, 2010

... a good place to sup a caiparinha! I'm not sure that I have the strength for that, but I'll deinitely venture out once I feel human again; I might even do some laundry, as handwashing and ridiculous humidity have made my clothes STINK!

P.s. It's funny, the layout of Brasilia seems a lot less confusing now I've just done it backwards - my 2 hour journey this morning has just taken 10 minutes! Oh dear, dear me, when will I ever learn the power of navigation!?!?
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The Capital of Brazil

A travel blog entry by oltona on Feb 05, 2010

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... and then sleep (I thought I could sleep from 11pm through to 5:30am when we landed, only 5:30am was actually 3:30am because of the time difference so I would only get 3.5hrs sleep instead of the 5.5hrs Id planned). Oh but at 1:30am they woke us for breakfast (only a poxy ham & cheese croissant). Do you think I could get back to sleep even though they switched the lights back off? NO!
So I spent the rest of the flight wondering whether Id ...

Second stop: Brasilia

A travel blog entry by crismarpe on Jan 22, 2009

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... condem it completely, the Brasilenses (born in Brasilia, not the migrants from other parts) seem to like it and there is something to be respected about the vision behind the ambitious "50 years in 5" project. But I'm gonna stay by my first impression, I gess the creativity of a single mind, even a genial one, cannot make up for the collective creativity of a people accumulated through hundreds of years of interaction with each other and their ...