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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Travel Blogs from Brasilia

Day 3

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

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... I need something with a motor or be 40 feet out of the water before I land in it. We will see what Rio and Florianopolis have to offer...
After the lake, Marnie took me out with some of her friends where I had my first caipirinha (Brasil's famous drink made with cachaca, muddled limes and sugar... and is it stronnng), ate some chicken hearts and went to a samba bar.
The next day the hangover hit me hard, so I didn't do much for the first half of the day. By ...

Final Morning in Manaus, then leave for Brasilia

A travel blog entry by pduester on Jan 27, 2011

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... you will see many small hobby farms of 10 hectares. Homeless is something new in the last 10 years. The poor get land for free, and build. Middle class must buy their homes. Most of the homeless you see, are young kids who move to the city. There are many social programs to help the low-income people. All children from 6 to 14 must go to school. 90 Real/month is paid to keep children in school. They are also given an allowance. 510 real’s/wk is ...

Brasilia, I'm living in a jetplane....

A travel blog entry by marie-line on Sep 19, 2010

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Honestly, I never really thought I would ever be in Brasilia.

This city is very, well, "special", unique, and interesting. It's first of all very far away of everything else that would be labled 'interesting', so also really out of the way while traveling. So why would you pass here?
I first heard about this city a few months ago, in an evening talk at my dad's work about someones travels to Brazil. Knowing I wanted to go to Brazil, I was very intrigued by the story ...

Lucky streak

A travel blog entry by marie-line on Sep 19, 2010

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After listing my badluckmoments a while ago, I feel obliged to post a list of my tremendously lucky moments that have been happening the last weeks.

I didn't really know what to do in Bolivia. I wanted to go to the beautiful salar but there was a big strike going on in Potosi, blocking my access to the Salar (and of many many other travelers). I made a deal with myself, that on the next Tuesday I would decide, if the strike wasn't over (and it wasn't likely to ...

City of the future or future of our cities?

A travel blog entry by chiheb on Mar 04, 2010

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... may go crazy but once you've understood the logic, it's fine. You just need to know how the blocks got their number. My overall feeling is that the town is quite weird and would never imagine a city like this. But still, there are many nice places in Brasilia and its futuristic concept goes with it's futuristic architecture. The cathedral for instance which has nothing to do with the classic ones. The national museum looks ...