Mercure Apartments Sao Luis Mont Blanc
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Apartments Sao Luis Mont Blanc Sao Luiz de Maranhao
Travel Blogs from Sao Luiz de Maranhao
... onward bus info and then a bus into the
Praia Grande area (old town) – luckily me and my luggage got a seat each given
it was rush hour and the bus took way less than the possible up to 2 hours on a
bad day, so things were going well.
First place trying to charge list price despite being cheaper
on booking.com, having cash, a guaranteed guest and no commission to ...
... dorm - & with only 3 of us (excluding Els in her own double room) we all managed to have a lower bunk. Bags locked away in a wardrobe we went out in search of a laundrette. As the clothes came out the bags the damp, sweaty smells sunk in - felt so sorry for the lady in the shop! Unfortunately not everyone's washing could be completed in time so they had to look for ANOTHER laundrette! On the way back to the hostel we stopped for ...
... I spent the following days. Sao Luis once more has a colonial city centre that is still half in decay half rebuilt. But I have to admit our favorite part about Sao Luis was the nightlife. It is Brasil's Reggea capital and it certainely lived up to this reputation. Over the daytime streets are just streets but in the evening they become giant street parties. Awesome! :-)
My travel patterns seem to repeat themselves: Saturday we got up at 6.30 ...
... has rubbed off on them. Plenty of gloom at this place.
A trip to the laundrette proves interesting. On arrival the woman on the desk pulls on a pair of marigolds, empties our dirties onto the desk and proceeds to lift each soiled article of clothing with thumb and forefinger as though handling something contaminated. All this with a shop full of smiling onlookers. ´´I really must ...
... beach break in the midst of the madness that was Carnaval. In retrospect I would have liked to stay a couple more days in Olinda but we were on a tight timeline and we wanted some serious chill time amidst our crazy travelling. So we rocked up at Pipa. On the way we needed to change from the big bus to little kombies, but had no idea where to go. We recognised 4 other ‘travellers’ who got off our bus and followed them through Goianinha, whilst they ...