Pousada Rio Clarinho

Kilometer 40 on Transpantaneira Rd, Campo Grande, State of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kilometer 40 on Transpantaneira Rd, Campo Grande, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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    Travel Blogs from Campo Grande

    Grand ol' Campo Grande

    A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... we'd thought of, but three hours on a bus is a looooong time if you have no idea what's going on. I'm pretty certain that the route took us in quite a few circles, but nonetheless we did see some landmarks in the city; the army barracks, the Araras square and a statue of two huge toucans, and the biggest shopping centre in the state, among others. The bus took us around the city, up and down Alfonso Pena and back to the Parque dos Poderes. We stopped in the park to visit ...

    The Pantanals - wetlands of Brazil

    A travel blog entry by humpooper on Nov 21, 2013

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    ... the prospects. I am the kind of tourist who will ignore hard core/irritating sales persons when I am tired and cranky after a long bus ride. One of the brochures we got handed in the bus station turned out to be the company we went with. They were called Santa Clara, who have a lodge on an old cattle farm in the Pantanals, which they use as their Pousada and then take the guests out for organised activities. More of that later. Campo Grande as far as I am ...

    The pantanal

    A travel blog entry by loganve90 on May 29, 2013

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    ... and another 2 hours on a truck got us 60km and 59 bridges into the jungle. I keep calling it a jungle, but the pantanal is really one large marshland with islands of jungle vegetation. The number of bridges needed to reach our lodging proves how much water there was. Along the main road were a number of ranches, cattle farms, and small settlements. In the dry season it must look like a savannah with the animals concentrated near ...

    The southern Pantanal

    A travel blog entry by nairolf.bork on Jul 12, 2012

    ... and interesting because it was the first tour I made. We drove along the river on a speedboat looking for animals but since a speedboat has a loud engine it was really obvious that we won't see many animals. We fished piranhas and I caught two but it was a lot of fun getting into the fishing. We ate the piranhas but they were fried the Brazilian way so there was not much taste left and they were really dry but still nice. The highlight of the tour was the night tour ...

    Second stop: Brasilia

    A travel blog entry by crismarpe on Jan 22, 2009

    126 photos

    ... be all about the construction of the city and congratulating the people that made it happen. Pats on the back is the ongoing theme, very repetitive. Even with my very limited knowledge of architecture I can see some clear advantages to their planning, like calm traffic and fewer accidents, but also the problems. The city is much more fit for car traffic than for human habitation. Just watch all the empty spaces on the city scale model. I wouldn't ...