Ibis Belem Aeroporto

Address: Avenida Julio Cesar, 1675, Belem, State of Para, 66613010, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Avenida Julio Cesar, 1675, Belem, is near Emilio Goeldi Museum (Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi) and Cidade Velha.
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      Travel Blogs from Belem

      Day 35: Flight to Belém, and Belém, Par&

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 14, 2014

      13 photos

      ... the heart of baby palm trees. Palmitos are pretty expensive here so where better to eat it than am all you can eat buffet? On my third plate, I got a piece of plastic in my food. I didn't really mind. Working in restaurants has taught me that a bit of plastic sometimes gets mixed in from the packing but it doesn't really affect the quality of the food. That being said, I felt it was necessary to tell the waiter so it didn't happen to someone else. I got a bowl ...

      Found a Brewery

      A travel blog entry by paulcunningham on Mar 18, 2013

      17 photos

      Belem didn't get off to a great start. On arrival at the hostel one of the guys who had gone on ahead said they had seen a mugging in broad day light.

      Nevertheless we all went out for a walk. On a Sunday the place is very quiet, with only a few very iffy looking people about.

      Turned out to be a bit of a laugh in the end, as the rain hammered down. Arnold, May, Marilyn and I all sheltered under a tree, until we started to get wet ...

      Cayenne, French Guiana to Belem, Brazil

      A travel blog entry by harry4123 on Jan 09, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... were to happen to the plane, who ya gonna call? I could hear some other aircraft talking to Center, but in Portuguese, so even a distress call to them might not be understood. Below me were broken clouds, and below that jungle and brown water, no doubt full of endless varieties of creeping, crawling, squawking things Darwin would have been giddy to study.

      There were only a few breaks in the clouds, but I did manage ...

      Passing by Belem

      A travel blog entry by nairolf.bork on Aug 30, 2012

      ... and I explored the city on my own, visiting a big market, called “ver o peso” where they have a lot of food and other stuff, starting my day with a nice cold “Acai” which is the very famous sweet dish of Brazil and you can get it anywere in the country but here it tastes the best because the fruits come from here. It is a lot better than the ones I tried in Rio or Sao Paulo. “Acai” is a palm fruit ...

      Belem at last

      A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Apr 26, 2012

      10 photos

      ... scenario. We speak no Portuguese, they speak no English so how do you get across you want a decent boat with clean loos, good food, and stabilisers, and you want to sleep in the van on the deck. Impossible so we settled for what we could make them understand, and we’ll find out what their understanding was, tomorrow at 6.00pm, when the tub sails. Until then we enjoy our last night in relative comfort. We have been told that nobody but nobody does the 5 day trip ...