Hotel Saint Paul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... so Manaus was still in party mode (basically we had bailed out of Rio Carnival a day early!) Anyway we located the Manaus Carnival party located on one road and stretched for about 50m. After spending about 10 minutes there we realised it was totally **** so we left and bought ice cream. Manaus is a weird place with, honestly, not a lot going for it other than a beautiful opera house and the fact that the the Rainforest is sooo close. We stayed at a pretty ...
... In this marketplace, patterned after Les Halles in Paris, vendors offer produce, spices, fresh fish, and handcrafts. Reminded me actually more of a commodities brokerage but with real commodities on display!
The Opera House we saw first dates from 1881, and was designed to be “the jewel of the Amazon.” With Renaissance flourishes, a pink and white facade, and a multi-hued dome composed of 36,000 colored tiles, this example of Belle ...
I woke up on the boat today after getting very little sleep. Xose was just in Manause waiting for another boat for one more day and had nothing to do all day so he offered to take me around Manaus and scout tickets for my next destination, Leticia, Colombia. Xose and I took a walk to a hostel called Hostel Manaus so that I could put my bags down and get a room for the night. I splurged and got an air conditioned room for an extra US$2; worth it! Xose and ...
... boat for the hour boat ride to our lodge. It's a lovely place - one lean-to area is for hammock relaxing only! Except for the rooms, there are no hard walls - the lobby, the restaurant, the bar are all open air. But getting any type of breeze is important because the humidity level is unbelievable - you are soaking wet after a very short walk outside. But we didn't have much time to explore because ...
... with people jumping around like they had won the World Cup. It was really funny as a loads of the girls had no idea about football really and when they showed the replay they were all going mad because they thought he had scored again. The atmosphere was electric and when the final whistle sounded ticker tape, fireworks and air horns went off. The party went on long into the night and we headed off to see sunset over the river ...