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

    6 photos

    ... I'm not sure I could handle the summer, when, I hear, the temperature hits upwards of 40 degrees consistently for months. - But back to the park. After gulping down a few bottles of water we set out again, and found a big pond/small lake overlooking the city. Scott rustled up the energy to get his football out and I sat in the shade looking at the city, which for its size has surprisingly many skyscrapers. In the middle of small lake/big pond there was a huge statue of ...

    Twitching in the Pantanal

    A travel blog entry by lou_w on Jan 19, 2014

    8 photos

    ... popcorn and fresh hot milk. Also spent some time in the boat, on one of the main tributaries to the wetland and a day on a big fazenda (cattle ranch). For some reason the area is what I imagine the amazon is like. Plus it's got the most gorgeous clouds and sun sets (and it rains everyday). There were some epic thunderstorms, and we even went searching for a fire started by a thunder strike. Not the best idea, when we realised it struck high voltage power lines.... We backed away ...

    Pantanal adventures

    A travel blog entry by wheressuzy on Sep 30, 2012

    25 photos

    ... truck for a jeep safari deeper into the Pantanal, where we saw lots of lively monkeys in the trees, and also a nocturnal tour where we saw a rare Coral snake. These red, black and white snakes are one of the most dangerous snakes in South America and are so venemous that if bitten, you have to have the area amputated! There is no anti-venom. Also their sighting, we were told, means the weather is about to change, and sure enough as we were leaving the Pantanal it started to rain. The ...

    Brazil - Campo Grande

    A travel blog entry by leanne.baker on Mar 20, 2012

    1 photo

    ... backpackers probably living on less than you are! He tells Craig that the camp he stayed at last time no longer exists as they have moved to a much better campsite, he says he will also throw in a night at the luxury lodge they have just purchased. I am still thinking we should go to the Santa Clara place to make sure. He promises that we will have horse riding, swimming, fishing, boat rides - the lot! all of which is ...

    Brasilia - a worthwhile unscheduled stop...

    A travel blog entry by theblakes on Jun 19, 2009

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... built from the ground up only 49 years ago. It took 3 years to go from dust to a fully functional capital city which if you think about it is very impressive indeed! There was much controversy at the time as many people had to uproot and move there to keep their jobs when the capital moved from Rio in 1960. It was the brainchild of the president at the time, J. Kubitschek (or JK). The chief architect was Oscar Niemeyer. The city is laid out in the shape ...