Harbor Self Graciosa Hotel

Address: Rua Alberto Santos Dummont, 747, Quatro Barras, State of Parana, 83420, Brazil | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Rua Alberto Santos Dummont, 747, Quatro Barras.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Harbor Self Graciosa Hotel Quatro Barras

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Travel Blogs from Quatro Barras

Day #3 Adventure

A travel blog entry by kedminster33 on Dec 02, 2014

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... streets, and everything smelt so good. All the vegetables were locally grown, and everything was homemade. It was nothing like a Hanford's back home. There were a lot of street artists that made their own art. There was a bunch of culture art that was made that I bought, and I will include some pictures of that in this entry.
As soon as I was done shopping I wanted to take some time to relax, because it is ...

Bugs -1 Us- 0

A travel blog entry by alexandruth on Sep 21, 2014

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... man than Alan - he was beside himself with the birds on display and his camera was firing in all directions. Good thing too - as he has some AMAZING shots of the birds we saw. Watched the sun set and then had a lovely buffet dinner. If any of you are planning a trip to South America, make the Pantanal a must do. It is sensational. More stories and photos to come. Enjoy these for ...

Day 2 in the Pantanal

A travel blog entry by simonandspencer on Jun 15, 2014

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Sunday June 15th The chukalaka birds (the Pantanal alarm clocks) woke us up around 6am and we had breakfast. Our guide Flavio then took us on walking tour around the forest and wetlands around the Pousada. What an amazing trip. Like Kruger national park, the Pantanal is a bird watchers paradise! On the walk we saw, black faced night monkeys, Capuchin Monkeys, Toucans, red banded Manikin (Flavio told us he had been a guide for ...

Day 22 - Trekking and Jeeping in the Pantanal

A travel blog entry by kittysheeran on Oct 20, 2013

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... the weekend), through a derelict old lodge with a lime tree (they smelt amazing!) and then back to the road. There was no jeep. The jeep was supposed to be here. There was no jeep. Off Max walks and we follow. Another 40mins walking and by now it's almost midday, I've almost sweated myself dry and my knee sting is starting to really hurt. On a plus side my factor 50 suncream held up strong! Eventually the jeep arrives. Max was saying to us on the walk that he is always late and in ...

The Pantanal - Caiman, Capybara and Coati

A travel blog entry by salsta17 on Oct 11, 2013

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... to have some sort of animal repellent as despite numerous walks, boat trips and a couple of hours horse riding we didn't see many animals. The best time to see them is early in the morning so I dragged myself out of bed two mornings in a row before 5am but in this vast area seems the animals are also know some good hiding places and were making use if them while we were there. Our guide told me there are the South American big 5 the Giant Anteater, the ...