Residence Praia Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Praia Hotel Natal
Travel Blogs from Natal
Once again the body clocks got the better of us and we were up at 0630. We waited until the breakfast was ready and went out and were treated to the best buffet we have had in a while. It had the usual ham, cheese, eggs bread and cake but also had yoghurt and cereal. Perfect start for us. We only had one full day here in Natal so we went straight to the beach down the road. The beach there was quite nice and at one of the beach was a ...
We got up at 0700 and had enough time finish off the packing and eat the provided breakfast at 0800 and leave the hostel at around 0850. The lad at hostel called us a cab but it took another call to finally arrive just before the massive downpour of rain came through. The cab driver had a DVD screen in his cab and he was just casually watching the morning news as be drove along. We arrived at the rodoviaria at around 0915 and went out in search of the next bus to Natal. Having read ...
... shots that were set alight, teaching Brazilians (who spoke no English) international drinking rules, smashing what turned out to be a Brazilian Policeman's drink, twice and meeting a guy who was adamant he was Rachel's future husband, a 6ft 6ish basketball player from Rio who spent the evening calling me his sister-in-law and has decided that the wedding will be in 2 years time and will have lots of Samba....... So save the date ...
... the malecon and the bits they had done were already falling apart.
Got the bus back to the far end of Ponta Negra where a huge sandy headland is sliding down into the sea – was happy I was not staying in the crowds here as the beach disappeared at high tide leaving everyone cramming the streets, shops & restaurants.
... a bit months of travelling and encountering no saffas, met up with two fellow South Africans, Capetonians no less!! We spotted two guys a few times in Leticia the day before we left, buying hammocks and supplies. We assumed they were Australian, and chances are they normally would be. So with that assumed knowledge tucked safely away we carried on with our own preparations for leaving Colombia.
Leticia is a river town in southern Colombia, it borders Brazil ...