Bittar Plaza Hotel

Address: SHN Qd 02 Bloco M E Shn Qd 03 Bloco B E C, Brasilia, Federal District, 70702-912, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on SHN Qd 02 Bloco M E Shn Qd 03 Bloco B E C, Brasilia, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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      Leaving home comforts behind ......

      A travel blog entry by emmaw on Aug 05, 2014

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      ... animals and birds!



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      Here we are - bush camp number 2! We are camped out at the back of what could be described as a 'service station' Brazilian rural style! It was extremely kind of the owner to let up a make camp here - he has a bar, if necessary plus a pool table! But the biggest result is not only a toilet, but also a shower!!!! I have already been in ...

      Go Portugal!..wait, Go Ghana!

      A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Jun 26, 2014

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      ... basic walk as us. We arrive at the stadium, and it is another impressive architectural feat. The stadium is brand new, created for the World Cup, and looks it. Everything looks clean and modern, as you would expect. We buy some Brahma, of course, and venture to our seats which are not quite as good as the ones in Rio, but only because they are bit higher up.

      The stadium is packed with people cheering for ...

      A fascinating day getting to know Brasilia

      A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Jan 16, 2014

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      ... of the population lived on the coastline. Nothing was done until President Kubitschek
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      it – crazy really as there was literally nothing here at all, it wasn’t even a
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      Sloths and slothliness

      A travel blog entry by jrm110675 on Feb 17, 2012

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      ... were too. Each island is like a stereotypical desert island in the Caribbean Sea, with nothing but sand, palm trees and clear blue sea. They are owned by the Kuna people, an indigenous group in Panama, and I was living in a Kuna community whose traditional way of life is continuing, supported by income from tourism.
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      The modern Capitol

      A travel blog entry by nando64 on Jun 08, 2010

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      ... had a prophetic dream in which he described a futurist city that roughly fitted Brasilia location. Today there are many references to this priest who founded the Salesian order .One of the main Cathedrals carries his name.

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