Saint Paul Park

Shs Quadra 02 Bloco H, Brasilia, Federal District, Brazil | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Brasilia

Is Brasilia in Brazil?

A travel blog entry by deborah1212


... shopping centers instead.

A couple of k's later we find a mall complete with food hall and phone accessory shop so we can recharge on all fronts.
We return to our hotel to plug in and power up before making towards the stadium.

Another couple of k's later we are staring at 500meter queues to get into the gates and after doing some quick calculation realise if we get on the end of the line we will miss at least the start of the game and probably the first half.

All good things come to an end

A travel blog entry by mike_colombia


... you don’t know or don’t wanna know what’s past Pluto
But if you heads in the pillow and your buts in the air, they gonna put it right there yo.

The world keeps spinning changing the lives or people in it
Nobody knows where it will take us
But if hope it gets better better better

Everyday read the metro soaring bills and high petrol
House prices and inflation and I’m not too sure ...

Back to the future

A travel blog entry by losgattis


... Mondays, Tuesdays.... After 5 too.
(Go figure.)


Brasilia is an awesome place worth visiting.


- You have a life for when things are closed

- You have a car


- You are extremely organised and you have a big taxi budget.

(Therefore, not a suitable place for backpackers travelling on a shoestring, amazing safe haven for if you are going to live there.)


Day one!

A travel blog entry by ejbiller


... right side of the street) until finding where it wants to escape. Ultra-compact cars and motorcycles dominate the streets, which are nearly as bad as those in Pennsylvania. Our hosts explain that the asphalt is not laid deeply enough and cracks easily, but there is never enough money to repair the crumbling infrastructure (sound familiar, Pennsylvanians?). ...


A travel blog entry by mikeandmary


... on the ferries when the boards broke. The people arrived in the afternoon and we were going to their workshop when once again we had a problem with the fuel. Back to Mercedes and they fixed it again, free this time, but it meant another night in their workshop. 21st - Spent the morning waiting for somebody to show us how to get to the other yard as we were told it was so difficult. In the end we left after lunch and drove out of the garage, turned right and then went straight ...


This hotel, located on Shs Quadra 02 Bloco H, Brasilia, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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