Hotel Saint Paul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... free. On the way from the fort we stopped at a restaurant that had caught our attention in the morning and had a huge meal of grilled chicken, beans, rice and noodles for next to nothing that we still felt full from in the evening.
After lunch we continued to the Teatro da Paz but decided not to go inside but instead continue to the oldest research institution in Amazonia, only to find that it was closed on BOTH Mondays and Tuesdays. By then we were ...
... 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 ...
... has direct flights to Campinas.
GOL flies nonstop from Rio (6 days a week, except Saturday), Sao Paulo (2x daily) and Brasilia (3x daily).
TAM has direct flights to Belem, Brasilia, Boa Vista, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paolo, Santarem
TRIP has direct flights to Belem, Belo Horizonte, Porto Velho and other municipalities in northern Brazil.
Manaus is a major destination for boats on the Amazon River. From Belém on the ...
... took a long walk around town. I got some Acaí shake with avocado, condensed milk, and banana. We stopped at some Music stores so I could pick up guitar strings. The place I finally found was the first place in Brazil where I found real acoustic guitar strings which is awesome. The electric guitar strings I had been using just didn't feel or sound right and went out of tune too easily so this was a great find. We also stopped off at different ...
... By this point in the trip Sophie had 63 mosquito bites. It was a no-brainer. The family home was a wooden house on stilts at the riverside and pretty much a subsistence farm with 2 pigs, a 'domesticated' wild boar, 6 geese, 8 chickens, 4 dogs, 2 cats, 30 tortoise in a tank and a boa constrictor in a box in the corner of the kitchen. A pet monkey also appeared on the table for its afternoon drink of milk. It was difficult to work ...