Ibis Aracaju

Address: Avenida Adelia Franco 2719 Bairro Grageru, Aracaju, State of Sergipe, 49027010, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Avenida Adelia Franco 2719 Bairro Grageru, Aracaju, is near Ibirapaquera Park and Itacare.
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      Brazilathon Part III

      A travel blog entry by everyizzywhere on Jul 26, 2014

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      Again, family centric. But that's really what the whole trip was about. Not sightseeing, but family finding. Honestly, my family is so huge no one knows everyone. Cousins, Aunts, Uncles, it's too hard to keep track.

      But this chunk of the trip was a lot more relaxed, sure, spending a week with four year old twin girls will get annoying, but, make the most of the time you've got with them. After all, we do live in different countries.

      On out first night we visited ...

      Road trip!!

      A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Jun 18, 2014

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      Our road trip started with a bit of a bump. After stopping off at an awesome beach we had been told about in Guatemala and then checking out a turtle sanctuary. It was so cool and there were so many huge turtles. We carried on with our trip and things got a little crazy. After driving along for a bit we realised there were huge speed bumps on the road, this would be like having speed bumps down state highway ...

      Turtles & tiredness

      A travel blog entry by holident on Feb 24, 2013

      ... I wasn't impressed as we have similar at home. However certain individuals in the group convinced me to reach down & touch one, obviously ensuring it was the highest part of the barrier I had to lean over so I was off the ground before I could reach them, nearly falling in! Favourite part of the turtle project was definitely the baby turtles - so cute! Finishing looking round we popped into the resort whilst waiting for the others. Praia de Forte is ...

      First impressions...

      A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Feb 05, 2013

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      ... of English! I have a teensy bit of Spanish (roll on Spanish school in March), which thankfully helps a little, but Portuguese is quite a challenge! I can say water and caipirinho though, so I'm sure I'll survive February! The hotel I'm staying in is mostly populated by Brazilians and is the kind of place where there's a saxophonist playing 'Moon River' at breakfast and Brazilian pop music booms by the pool...this was a treat for my first ...

      Brazilian beaches

      A travel blog entry by pamericas on Nov 18, 2011

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      ... appreciated. Please contact us by the e-mail pamericas.brasil@gmail.com if you have questions or if are able to contribute with the Project.

      Visit the oficial Project Americas website at ...