Hotel Praia Centro
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Photos of Hotel Praia Centro
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Praia Centro Fortaleza
Travel Blogs from Fortaleza
... worrying that I wouldn't get into the Swedish night club. It took us a while to find the place as Jens directions were a lot to be desired. We couldn't find any other bar on par with the English pub, or that provided reasonable priced drinks anyway, so we went into the club early and thankfully I wasn't IDed. We were all there apart from Sophie and Neill (again). The night, although slow to begin with, soon picked up and the club was packed! We all spent the night ...
... book our flights from Recife to Rio for next week. We walked to the travel agent up near the supermarket around the corner and got flights for 158reais each. We enquired about bus tickets to Natal but they said they only do flights and to talk to the shopping centre and try there. We walked in the heat for half an hour and got to the shopping centre where the company with a booth there told us there was only one bus a day which left at 1230 and took 10 hours. Not ...
... supplied, we cooked up own eggs and muesli with fruit to go with it and have a proper start to the day. We decided to stay away from the heat and sun during the peak heat hours pre midday so we made our way to the Centro Mercado. We struck some bargains on the way as Leesh found some small market vendors selling exercise tights and bras for $4-10 and $2 sport bras, $10 denim shorts and I managed to snag a $4 pair of boardies. Good start. But ...
... out to the beach here. Wasn't a nice beach but the water was beautiful and the sun was hot. 2 hours went by quick before we realised it was in the peak burn hours so we decided to find a shopping centre to kill some time, soak some air con and avoid the sun. We found one a bit back from the beach and had a look around. Nothing there of interest except the supermarket, so we grabbed light lunch and ate it outside in the street. We made our way back to ...
... Before I had the chance to formulate a punch line, the waiter was holding a tray of small rounded pastry balls and was piling 4 or 5 on to Emilia’s side plate. We all (especially Roisin) breathed a sigh of relief as no one would be subject to one of my quips that only I seem to find funny!! These delicacies are known as Pćo de queijo or cheese bread. The rest of us tried two each. They were very tasty with a light texture. Not too doughy and not too ...