Pestana Sao Luis Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
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... and hotdogs. It looked like food poisoning in a cart however we were too hungry to care. The food was delicious though and was extremely cheap too. I love hotdogs anyway and I was close to passing out from hunger (exaggeration, I know) so of course I would have found it to be a great meal. We turned in for the night after eating. Me and H are sharing with Neill and Sophie. I wish I had ...
... are the terracotta tiles which were and are exported across the world.Their particular colour can be seen on many old European city roof scapes,including Florence.
I settled in for half an hour and then went out to explore the old tiled town.It was deathly quiet being a Sunday,nothing was open and thought how far removed that was from our Sundays.Then out in the distance I heard a rhythmic beat.I hurried along the cobbled streets shooing off ...
I arrived in Sao Luis early on a saturday morning and waited for thiago at a little place in the center of Sao Luis. He let me wait a long time and I was sitting there, watching the people on the place walking by. I had some funny conversation with a woman who was advertising for her church about god and the institution of the church itself or talked with the fruit sellers and some other people who passed me and felt like starting talking to me. After like one and a half ...
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... had a fish lunch which had been brought in a few hours previously. You don’t get much fresher than that.
We had high hopes for Sao Luis, some travellers had described it as the best city to visit in Brazil, but we were slightly disappointed, there isn’t a lot to see, the beaches are mediocre at best and although we enjoyed our stay, after 5 days, we were ready to leave and get on the bus to Belem.
Paul & ...