Marante Plaza Hotel
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... statuettes and the Flintstone car.
Eventually we headed back down the hill, exited the vans, and waited for our bus. Just as we were about to board the bus, Vlad started yelling"Wait! Wait! We have to get back in the vans!" Like good little sheep, once again we scrambled back and forth along the sidewalk until a van with available seats pulled up near where we happened to be walking. We were fortunate to have Vlad in our van so we asked him where we ...
... is another of the questionable ports, by that I mean when we researched it before booking some 18 months ago we were concerned to discover that this place is a known hive of criminality with very little to recommend it. (Along with Georgetown, Guyana, & Salvador, Brazil)
Originally there were 3 tours available but as a result of the late arrival two had been cancelled, it wasn’t a problem for us as ...
... New Year’s eve is a huge celebration, called Reveillon and hotels prepare for it in a big way.
In Armazao, where there is a wide grassy space between the hotel and the beach, the whole area is covered with wood planks. The amount of work involved is astronomic and, in my opinion, a waste. Instead of setting the tables on the grass, for many days those poor workers strive under the sun to set the platform and the performing stages. Of course,after ...
A gang of funster Brazilians from all over the country, a few euro tourists, a million and a half locals - its time for some serious carnaval partying. The one and a half million refers to Recife´s first parade, the Galo do Madrugada (rooster´s parade), officially the biggest carnival gathering in the world, which takes place on day 1. Its all a bit eyepopping to begin with and truth be told we have a few scary moments as the crowd threatens to crush us. ...
... boat again and continued to go the other side , reached an area where there was sand showing because the tide had gone low - i loved the fact that the whole time we were lingering between the sea and the river , so we stopped at the sandy area , took a couple of photos and then carried on to the place where Tatis usually likes to water ski - we didnt have time to do it , but the place was so beautiful - unbelievable really.
After that we went to ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
great. it was the best and what different is the omelette, filled with ham and cheese. I love to eat Ham, cheese with bread. And of course not forget fruits and coffee.
I would give 3 stars if they had free and better wifi connection.
The swimming pool and gym is small and fit for few of us.
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