Sleep Inn Manaus

Address: Avenida Rodrigo Otavio 3373, Manaus, Amazon River, State of Amazonas, 69077-900, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Rodrigo Otavio 3373, Manaus, is near Manaus Opera House, Teatro Amazonas, Bosque da Ciencia, and Palacio Rio Negro.
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    Travel Blogs from Manaus

    The Amazon Jungle Tour

    A travel blog entry by harriet.worth21 on Jun 22, 2015

    5 comments, 13 photos

    ... the night before was bad with one lizard and a few cockroaches, I was very wrong. I think I have endured the longest panick attack known to man. It lasted about 9 hours. When morning came I was just so eager to get back to the lodge and leave. Looking back now, what we saw was amazing and priceless, but at the time it is safe to say that I was in personal hell. Back in Manaus now, flying to Salvador tomorrow. A beach is in definite ...

    The Hub of the Amazon Region

    A travel blog entry by 2silvercruisers on Feb 04, 2015

    ... the old wooden houses on stilts and the new apartments where the people are moved to when there houses are demolished. Quite a lot has been accomplished with new housing, parks and football (of course) pitches and basket ball courts - but a lot still needs to be done... and I think will be ongoing for a number of years yet.
    Our last stop was the Municipal Market - the historic building is from the early 1900s and was modeled on the famous Les Halles in Paris. The wrought ...

    The Jungle

    A travel blog entry by loretta.browne on Sep 15, 2014

    44 photos

    ... two caiman (one baby and one 2year old one, 1m in length) and bring them onto the boat! I got to hold the baby one very carefully and firmly while we showed us the larger one which everyone was too scared to hold. It was hard as the Mosquitos were biting my hand and every time I blew them off the baby caiman would struggle, but I held firm and didn't do what one previous tourist had done where he let of the neck and end up with a caiman snapping at his hand which ...

    Day 47: Amazon River Boat to Manaus

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 26, 2014

    8 photos

    ... stories of the lyrics usually have a sequence of events that makes sense. With the Portuguese lyrics I have nothing to relate them to. Google translate only goes so far. We pulled into a port around midday and stopped for about an hour to unload cargo, mostly beans from what I could tell. It was finally quiet enough to play guitar. Just as I was about to take mine out, I noticed a guy who looked a few years younger than me walking to the front of the boat with a guitar. I followed him ...

    The Amazon is a big river

    A travel blog entry by ggoat on Jul 05, 2014

    30 photos

    ... they were returned safe, but no doubt confused to get on with whatever they had been doing.

    We went piranha fishing - a big Norwegian caught a small piranha, walking through the jungle, sleeping in a very cool hammock filled room and of course watching football.

    But the real thrill was floating along, hearing the sounds, smelling the smells and being surrounded by the jungle and the overabundance of life. It was good.