Phenicia Bittar Hotel

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, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Brasilia

Modernistas

A travel blog entry by vanhise on Jun 29, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... there are 2 rows of 8 identical buildings that house all the government offices.  The residential area is outside.  In the middle is a large esplanade with pretty much all the tourist sites on it - a fabulous fountain that reminds me a bit of the Bellagio fountains in Las Vegas (which we can see from our hotel room), the Tv Tower, the Metropolitan Cathedral (which is spectacular), some monuments and the main government buildings. ...

All good things come to an end

A travel blog entry by mike_colombia on Apr 30, 2012

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Dear family and friends,

All good things come to an end. I concluded what ended up being six months of volunteering work with street kids in Medellin, Colombia on 19 April 2012. Before writing you this last blog post entry from a retreat in Brasilia, Brazil, I needed a few days to properly process my experience.

I'm really happy to share with you that my decision to do volunteering work with street kids in Colombia seems to have ...

Back to the future

A travel blog entry by losgattis on Mar 27, 2011

1 comment, 20 photos

... Tourist agencies only know what you can do OUTSIDE of Brasilia, but they can't even tell you how you can do a city tour.
And if you live there, you might want to find a house close to the school and hospital sectors...


Fourth: this is the ultimate concrete jungle. Everything is made out of concrete. Buildings, fountains, monuments, roads, bridges, fences etc. The problem is that, 50 years later, most of that concrete looks dark, dirty and ...

Lucky streak

A travel blog entry by marie-line on Sep 19, 2010

1 comment

... Now I am in the airport, waiting for my flight to Recife, to go visit Juliana (who was also au pair in New York). My host in Recife has a swimmingpool on his roof :) More luck haha!
I love airports, they make me feel so happy inside, I want to jump around in them singing made-up songs, but I am able to restrain myself in this (it's hard though, the urge is big!).
(on a karma-note: Wish kerosine wasn't so harmful though)

Big beijo to all from lucky me! :)
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Brasilia - a worthwhile unscheduled stop...

A travel blog entry by theblakes on Jun 19, 2009

2 comments, 20 photos

... heat we accepted the fact that we would be staying in someones garage with a shower over the toilet and a kitchen in the storage area under the stairs. Now listen, we are NOT diva's or snobs - but come on man - this place was disgraceful. Unfortunately money stretching had to take priority!

In an effort to spend as little time there as possible we headed back the the TV tower for a beautiful sunset view over Brasilia.

A bit blistered ...