Hotel dez de Julho

Address: Rua Dez de Julho, 679, Manaus, Amazon River, State of Amazonas, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Rua Dez de Julho, 679, Manaus, is near Teatro Amazonas, Teatro Amazonas, Bosque da Ciencia, and Palacio Rio Negro.
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    Travel Blogs from Manaus

    Another day in paradise

    A travel blog entry by elaine-snell on Jul 25, 2015

    4 comments, 18 photos

    ... and pink dolphins lark around.

    Dotted along the banks there are floating villages and tiny ramshackle hamlets populated by people trying to preserve their traditional way of life.

    The photos will tell you more.

    Hello, hello, hello, what’s going on here?

    "Hallooooo," he said from the roof top. ”Hello,” I replied. “Hello” he said again. “Hello,” I replied again. ...

    The world Sairku

    A travel blog entry by vanille on May 07, 2015

    6 photos

    ... are so many caves, no one clearly knows which cave has the lake, since all the caves look exactly alike. (chalk marking "X on the spot" won't work)

    Our final stop is the wondrous Lake Teshan, located in one of the many chrystale caves. The lake is said to have magical healing abilities that also provide purity. This lake is not for swimming or bathing, as it is only for healing purposes and possibly granting the ...

    The Lodge

    A travel blog entry by helen_rae on Feb 22, 2015

    11 photos

    ... By the time we got there we resembled drowned rats but we didn't care as we had arrived just in time for Lunch. The food during our stay was excellent, nothing fancy but home cooked, locally sourced and very very yummy! Once we'd eaten and been shown to our room we were back onto the river for an afternoon of sloth hunting. The lodge itself was set out really nicely. About 15 individual huts, which were round and had a thatched roof were set off from the main ...

    Day 54: Amazon River Boat to Tabatinga

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Sep 02, 2014

    8 photos

    ... with the motherboard I would've been screwed. Then, it was dinner: just some ****** beef stew but at least it had some not-over-cooked veggies in it for once. After dinner, we all marveled at the light show provided by a distant heat storm. I read for a bit and then decided to shave my beard (in the dark, with a flashlight) and take a shower. We were stopped at a port at this point and I missed out on a chance to get off the boat and have ...

    Manaus

    A travel blog entry by kathy.turner on Jun 24, 2014

    ... in Rio.

    Next we drove over the amazon river on a bridge called Ponto do Rio Negro-looked just like the Golden Gate Bridge, except this was actually gold in colour. There was water all up the side of the road, with people swimming everywhere. The bus pulled over at some road side fruit markets. We tried some local fruit, white flesh fruit in a brown pod. Tasted like a nectarine and Jess reckons it had the texture of a bee...soft a fuzzy I guess-spot on ...