San Marco Hotel

Address: SHS Quadra 05 Bloco C, Brasilia, Federal District, 70312-970, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on SHS Quadra 05 Bloco C, Brasilia, is near JK Memorial, Solar do Unhao, Museu da Gastronomia Bahiana, and Babagula.
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      Tangled end of an era

      A travel blog entry by dae7 on Sep 10, 2014

      6 photos

      ... that the cost of missing it would be far greater. But it was too late.

      In a panic, with my desire to be there at its peak, I frantically searched for a flight home. Ready to sacrifice whatever I had to in order to get back. My efforts were futile. Not only were any remaining flights ridiculously over priced but none of them were able to get me back in time to get to the night. There it was. The confirmation. I was going to miss the last ever Tangled. As if ...

      We Miss Rio

      A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Jun 25, 2014

      8 photos

      ... no need to watch anymore). Having learned our lesson in Rio, we take a normal taxi (not a radio cab) to our hotel in Brasilia. Brasilia is a unique city in that it was basically built out of nothing during the middle of the 20th century (similar to Dubai). The Brazilian government needed to make a capital city, so they decided to design a brand new one. As we are driving through on our way to the hotel, this is all very apparent ...

      A quiz night in Brazilia

      A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Jan 15, 2014

      ... on that front!

      Arrived in Brasilia around five, and settled in to our
      lovely double room in the hostel part, whilst everyone else camped. Well, I say
      lovely, it looked like the kind of room you might find a forgotten hostage in,
      huge room with a double bed in it and a fan and nothing else, but it had its
      own bathroom and the fact that there was a mattress was enough for us.

      After dinner we ...

      First Quiz

      A travel blog entry by igowander on Jun 06, 2013

      5 photos

      ... we had to identify were in a language I've been learning for a week and a half so... Oh well. I'll do better on the next test.

      Class is pretty fun. It is 3.5 every morning. We generally cover some grammar, some vocab, discuss history/culture/music etc.
      My classmates are:

      Wilber who is working on his Masters and already speaks Portuguese
      Amy who is and undergrad and already speaks Portuguese
      Susan who is an English teacher ...

      In the cultural heart of Brazil

      A travel blog entry by nairolf.bork on Sep 21, 2012

      ... maybe beside to Rio which is still more than a city and I never count it as one, is the best Brazilian city I have been to so far. The architecture of the colonial houses is very beautiful and you can really feel why they call it the cultural heart of Brazil. The center is really clean though as well. You can see the afro – African influence on every corner on every street. Everywhere they have live music and arts and it makes a real difference to other Brazilian cities. ...