Phenicia Bittar Hotel

Address: Setor Hoteleiro Sul, Quadra 5 Bloco J, Brasilia, Federal District, 70322-911, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Setor Hoteleiro Sul, Quadra 5 Bloco J, Brasilia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Brasilia

We Miss Rio

A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Jun 25, 2014

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... seems to be very spread out with a lot of roadways and not a lot around.

We get to the hotel, the Brasilia Imperial Hotel e Eventos, and check-in, receiving a wristband to indicate we belong, and head to our room. Three separate beds, two of which are doubles? Awesome. We unpack a bit and unwind, trying to decide what to do. We check out my guide book and it does not look promising. Unlike in Rio where we could easily walk to ...

A quiz night in Brazilia

A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Jan 15, 2014

... quiz night – Toby created one for Xmas
day but everyone got too drunk to play it, so we had it tonight – Maddie on
team two and me on team three. Thought my team was on to a winner as we had
Emma, but we came third out of four – Maddie won of course but I put that
purely down to the sports round which we were rubbish at and his team of men
knew all the answers to. Actually learnt quite a ...

A Brazilian Christmas

A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Jan 01, 2012

1 comment, 105 photos

... flight down to Iguazu. The falls should be seen from both the Brazilian and Argentine sides. We started with the Brazilian side. The falls have a reputation for being amazing, so it's always a little hard visiting in case you are disappointed. Also having lived in Zambia, Cliff & I had made six visits to Victoria Falls and our standards were high. However the falls were.... mind blowing! so many perfect views and just when you think you've seen the ...

Two in one day! i am on a roll!!

A travel blog entry by ayecarumba on Nov 17, 2010

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... and after 20 hours getting there I promptly left the following day for 24 hours to Salvadore...
Imagine a federal city which had somewhat the elements of the Truman show (fyi - film) and some strange post apocalptic traversty, I promise this is not to strong a description. It lacked any of the vibrancy you find all over brazil and replaced it with a seedy and quite obscure enviroment. there are no road names, its all numbers and quadrants an ode to the ...

White, white, white

A travel blog entry by kimandjohn on Feb 01, 2010

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Brazil's capital, Brasilia, is a planned city that exists right in the middle of nowhere (but about halfway between Campo Grande and our next destination, Salvador, which is helpful for breaking up the bus ride!) Aside from being the capital, it's known for it's architecture -- modern, and specific, as the city was created just to be the capital of Brazil. So, on Monday morning, we set out ...