Ibis Budget Belem

Address: Avenida Jose Bonifacio, 244, Belem, State of Para, 66090-363, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Jose Bonifacio, 244, Belem, is near Emilio Goeldi Museum (Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi) and Cidade Velha.
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      Day 35: Flight to Belém, and Belém, Par&

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 14, 2014

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      ... t be leaving until the next day. I met up with a girl named Mickaely who is studying tourism and wanted to meet an American and show them around. She even brought a notepad to take notes for her classes haha. We got some local choppe (beer) and tacacá, a local soup made from manioc root, Jambú, and shrimp with a funny texture. Then her 20-year-old friend showed up with her 52-year-old boyfriend. Things went from weird to weirder. Mickaely had to go home ...

      Tchau e obrigado Brasil!

      A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Jul 09, 2014

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      ... vehicle being towed up a steep sludgy hill. Unfortunately, by the time it was our turn it was 11pm and raining so efforts were put off until first light. We had a less than comfortable night in the back of a hot car and were very relieved to finally arrive in the border town. The joys of overland travel. After a quick visit to the Policia Federal to stamp out of Brazil, we commandeered a boat to take us across the river to French Guinea.


      Morning zombies

      A travel blog entry by holident on Mar 10, 2013

      ... the further north & therefore poorer it gets the more 'weirdos' & beggars we meet. The bushcamp for the night was at a roadside cafe where the owner let us pitch our tents in her garden amongst all the farm animals; horses, a bull, pigs, chickens & dogs. The cafe sold a range of homemade pastries. After a dinner of BBQ chicken legs, rice & beans with Fanta (& a little vodka) to drink everyone headed to bed for a needed early ...

      Belem at last

      A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Apr 26, 2012

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      ... are not up to much and bottom of the pile is acai which is deep purple and its juice is as thick as whipped cream. Belemis eat it with their lunch, though we thought it was horrible. Strangely when we left 2/3 of the carafe the restaurant insisted on putting it in a doggy bag.

      Anyway we get ahead of ourselves. The journey from Fortaleza was long and tortuous, and the truck drivers reached new highs of unbelievability. At least there is no road rage but some of ...


      A travel blog entry by andy.toma on Apr 04, 2012

      2 comments, 48 photos

      ... They also don't have cars. Only a few kids on campus have cars. While strange to me, I do like the use of public transportation. Its pretty cool to see just how many people ride the bus system every day.

      Life in the house is slow, like I said. Lunch is ready maybe at noon, but maybe not until one, it just depends on the day. This is only a problem when I need to catch a bus at 12:30 and there isn't anything to eat yet. But as this is Brazil, being ...