Mercure Florianopolis Convention

Rod Admar Gonzaga, 600, Florianopolis, State of Santa Catarina, 88034000, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rod Admar Gonzaga, 600, Florianopolis, is near Lagoa da Conceicao, Hercilio Luz Bridge, Canasvieiras, and Praia da Galheta.
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    Travel Blogs from Florianopolis

    Moving to hostel

    A travel blog entry by ignatyevsergey on Mar 31, 2013

    6 photos

    ... 1087;ол-ос 090;рова, сдела 83; фотки. Остро 74;-больш ой-даж 077; за мои 4 дня споко 81;но все не увиди ...


    A travel blog entry by mattandelisha on Feb 15, 2013

    ... we practiced our racquet ball a little bit but stopped playing before the ball ended up in lake or on the road. The bus ride home was fast our driver was crazy and sped the whole way. We were back near our beach in 10 minutes. There was a local beach football match on so I watched the first half and Elisha went back to the room. I came back shortly after and we tried to do some emails but the Internet is really bad. Then we went to ...

    Foha in Floripa

    A travel blog entry by flicky123 on Dec 18, 2012

    8 photos

    ... special picture from me... we got a bus half way (6 hours) and picked up another bus from there (another 4 hours) and only arrived about an hour later than planned.... a little determination goes a long way! Turns out long bus journeys don't agree with me, I ended up with swollen flippers and kankles (sexy). So sad to see the homeless families at the bus shelters (little kiddies sleeping on the streets!).

    Sunshine in Florianopolis,,,,, whoop whoop. ...

    Island Life

    A travel blog entry by gringostarr on Apr 23, 2012

    1 comment

    ... feel like it.

    My one existential/culinary concern about Brazil is the cuisine. I have not been floored by the food selection. It seems that you only have three options for the most part, for say, lunch. The first option is a buffet. You pay a set price and gorge on a variety of mostly meats, or you can pay by the kilogram. Your second option is a juice bar, located on practically every street corner in Brazil, where you can grab a glass of juice ...

    Florinopolis and the beach season

    A travel blog entry by ibryan123 on Jul 15, 2011

    ... amuse you. The city floods during the rainy season and when I was there one part of the town was knee deep in water. On my last day I was told to go horse back riding because the rain would not affect it. I had never mounted a horse before (please, no jokes) and was unsure what would happen. The guide assured me that my horse was placid and easy to ride. He also said the key to horse back riding was confidence. If the horse feels ...