Mercure Recife Metropolis

Address: Rua Estado de Israel 203, Recife, State of Pernambuco, 50070-420, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua Estado de Israel 203, Recife, is near Boa Viagem, Casa da Cultura, Do Carmo Square, and Do Amparo.
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    Travel Blogs from Recife

    A Game In The Rain

    A travel blog entry by mattlee18 on Jun 26, 2014

    ... leaving the hotel, to make matters worse, roads were now becoming impassable and we were forced to wade through shin-deep water before a bus picked us up and headed for the metro station.

    We were greeted by a huge queue at the metro station as hundreds of drenched Americans and Germans queued up for tickets in a uncomfortable and dangerously small space. Full marks to both sets of fans for not causing a fuss or a panic which would have only led to a disaster. After half an hour ...

    The final leg

    A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Jun 24, 2014

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    We arrived in Recife, dropped our car off at the rental agency, then had about 5 different people helping us to get a taxi that would fit all 4 of us and our gear in. Like actually helpful (i.e. not expecting money for helping) which was really cool. We got in the taxi and told the driver the name of the hotel - Eagle-eye Belinda was checking her GPS in the back of the taxi and got Ben to inform him we were heading the wrong way - it took ...

    Yes We (Mexi)CAN!

    A travel blog entry by golds26 on Jun 20, 2014

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    ... got them to budge on their price not one little bit, handed over the cash in a surreptitious manner, and were slipped two tickets with the names Ricardo Mascorro and Josue Mascorro. (At least our alter-egos were related...) VICTORY! We were officially/illegally going to our second World Cup game! After a train ride that made riding the 4/5/6 during rush hour seem as refined as a tea party with the Queen of England, and then yet another bus ride, we arrived at ...

    63. Recife

    A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Jun 05, 2014

    Eduardo met us at the bus station in Recife ready for a busy final few days. It felt a lot more humid here than in Salvador and people use the shopping centre to cool down. Recife is a strange place, with a huge area of apartment blocks which go right up the coast. Since I was last here, there are noticeably more high rise buildings which is a result of the increasing middle class in Brazil. The favelas tend to start after the first layer of blocks. People don't ...

    Roaming in Recife

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 15, 2013

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    ... of the town.

    The brief ride on the bus allowed us to take in our surroundings. As it was a weekday it was fairly busy, and the streets bustled with busy shoppers and workers. The shops and streets looked typical of those we’ve seen before in Brazil; once you leave the fashionable (expensive!) touristy areas the streets are slightly dilapidated with lots of peeling paint, tired-looking trees and plants, cafés ...