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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      The world Sairku

      A travel blog entry by vanille on May 07, 2015

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      ... dragon-griffin-monster awaiting to catch it's unsuspecting prey. It is shaped like a dragon, has razor sharp scales, sharp teeth, leathery wings that are covered in feathers, piercing talons, and mesmerizing you-are-going-to-die-right-now eyes. The mountains are tall, jagged and rocky, and very hard to climb. Many who have gone into the mountains either come out with serious injuries, or they get eaten up by this monster. ...

      The Hub of the Amazon Region

      A travel blog entry by 2silvercruisers on Feb 04, 2015

      ... roads to get anywhere the river is their main means of getting anywhere. This is quite obvious when you count up all the boats that are whizzing up and down..... water taxis.
      Day 2 - Manuas was founded in 1669 and its name means "mother of the Gods" - it is on the banks of the Rio Negro and is 10 miles upstream from its confluence with the Amazon River.
      The city today is primarily a product of the rubber boom. When steam naviagation in the mid-19th century opened up the ...

      The Jungle

      A travel blog entry by loretta.browne on Sep 15, 2014

      44 photos

      ... launched into the river. After teaching us about the caiman, including showing us how they have no tongue, which is why they can't hunt in fast flowing water he released it and we watched it swim back to shore. Back at the lodge we had a couple of beers and played a more dynamic version of tic tac toe with everyone before heading to our mosquito netted bed for an early and humid night.

      The next morning we were in the boat before dawn to watch sunrise ...

      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 ...

      In Woy we Twust

      A travel blog entry by stewy08 on Jun 16, 2014

      12 photos

      ... Leonarda speaks barely any English but that doesn't stop her from talking the hind legs off a donkey in Portuguese. I'm not sure if she ever realised we couldn't understand her or just didn't care. Surprisingly Manaus is a lot less jungle like than Iquitos was. It's pretty much a regular city without a great transport system or anything outstanding to see. Fortunately the World Cup makes the atmosphere something special and understandably the place is ...