Pousada Monte Imperial

Address: Rua José de Alencar, 27, Petropolis, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Rua José de Alencar, 27, Petropolis, is near Petropolis, Museu Casa de Santos Dumont, Quitandinha Palace Congress and Convention Center, and Town Hall.
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      Travel Blogs from Petropolis

      A long bus ride, but I am not in a hurry, isn't it

      A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Dec 01, 2014

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      Today I go to Petrópolis, for a week. I thought, I stayed already two weeks with my friends Drew and Lisa, time to give them a little time by themselves ;-)

      Thanks to the internet, everything is so easy! I mean, google maps showed me which bus to take where and even the frequency, and finally it became, bus 178 to the Rodoviária "novo Rio", call it the main bus terminal. There find the Unica-Fácil counter, that is the company that connects Rio and Petrópolis by bus. The ...

      If you can't beat em, join em... Day 7

      A travel blog entry by chrisandimbi on Sep 06, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... 478 stairs, 500m of steep uphill paths, roads and a lot of sweat, we arrived at the hostel. After lunch and a well earned beer, we caught a taxi to the bus, and headed for our final hotel in the neighbourhood of Lapa. We drove past the beach on route to Lapa and by 2pm, the beach was rammed. Think Bondi on a 30 degree day. Times that by 5, thrown in the chairs, umbrellas, sporting activities and hawkers, i have never seen such ...

      Você fala inglês?

      A travel blog entry by pamelia on Jul 29, 2014

      1 photo

      ... this line, collected my luggage and made my way to the shuttle stand to catch the bus to the transport bus terminal, it would be well past the 12:00 bus departure time.

      As soon as I learned that I would be going to Brazil, I started switching my daily Spanish lessons to Portuguese. The short time I had to learn their language did not lend itself to having a strong enough grasp to get me very far at the airport, I'm afraid. I would ask ...

      Rio raving and World Cup winners

      A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on Jul 09, 2014

      9 photos

      ... which truth be told, up until now we have seen only the very best of). In the favelas the rubbish isn't collected everyday so there are huge piles of rubbish, which as we discovered, creates a rubbish river when it rains. The favela only has a few entrances which are usually manned, other than that it's one main paved street that vehicles can get up, and then small rough roads and finally a collection of alleyways that don't even have street names. Many people in the ...

      Highs and lows with Roy's barmy army

      A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on Jun 17, 2014

      10 photos

      ... footballers playing headers and volleys and an area to try out the new boots. Very impressive, and great to see something being done for Brazilians as most of the people at the party were locals - seeing them play makes you realise just how engrained football is in Brazilian culture, and why they are so good. We enjoyed some canapés and strawberry mojitos before dancing along to the Brazilian superstar MC Marcinho and meeting Liverpool legend Coutinho. What a week! More coming soon.... ...