Hotel Regente

Address: Av. Governador Malcher N0 485, Belem, State of Para, 66035-010, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Governador Malcher N0 485, Belem, is near Cidade Velha.
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      Travel Blogs from Belem

      Embarking el Barco

      A travel blog entry by liz.lomer on Aug 15, 2014

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      We arrived in Belem from Jeriocoacoara, a beautiful beach 6 hours North of Fortaleza. For the last night we camped on Lagoa do Paradiso, drinking vodka and occasionally throwing rogue cockroaches as far away as possible. Matias, Juanma and I have hitchiked and been on buses for over 48 hours. We are dying. The bus broke down between Teresina and Belem for a couple of hours so we arrived just in time for ...

      Day 36: Belém, Pará, Brazil

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 15, 2014

      65 photos

      ... to sell after wards. They are much harder to set up and need to be tied with rope. Mine has carribeaners (sp?) on each end and straps that set up anywhere. Much better than rope and much cooler than a cotton or wool hammock. I'm extremely grateful I brought it. We sat around talking for a while and I ate one of my football sized avocados for dinner, using my pocket knife and reusable plastic spoon. I also took a shower which was surprisingly nice. The bathrooms ...

      Market madness

      A travel blog entry by holident on Mar 12, 2013

      ... some leather-look material. Quickly through the fish market, holding my nose as I passed the prawns, we entered the meat market. The meat market was housed in an impressive colonial building. The interior, including the stalls & staircases, was all wrought-iron which was pretty & unexpected - didn't stay long though as it smelt ghastly. On the way to the next attraction on my list, the fort, we passed the local fishing port - it was picturesque as it was filled ...

      Long night.

      A travel blog entry by andy.toma on May 20, 2012

      4 comments, 7 photos

      ... my speaking is up to par so everyone knows whats going on. Other than that school is school, and its almost over and I'm super pumped for that! Bring on the Brazilian finals!

      In other news, I think we have an apartment in Colorado! Application sent, move in date August 1st waiting for them to approve us and then we're set. Looks like mountain mulie and elk camp could be on the front range this year! Or at least find a place to ...

      Manatees

      A travel blog entry by andy.toma on Apr 08, 2012

      18 photos

      ... hunted by indigenous people, and also by the very poor who need to hunt to survive. Because of this there has been a large decline in their populations. The program Bio-Fauna which has an area at my university here, UFRA, has a department devoted to the Peixe Boi project. They have 7 adult manatees, and just last week acquired a new baby who is just 2 months old. The baby's mother was killed for food and the baby was more or ...