Sonesta Hotel Brasilia

Address: SHN Quadra 5- Bloco B, Brasilia, Federal District, 70705-000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on SHN Quadra 5- Bloco B, Brasilia, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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Travel Blogs from Brasilia

Tangled end of an era

A travel blog entry by dae7 on Sep 10, 2014

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... would echo in the rafters of that now derelict building as you left. I was going to miss heading down to the club with close friends and joining the queue. Seeing other friends with the buzz of excitement on their smiling faces and bright eyes as we wait to get in. The surprise of seeing an old face that you used exchange a hello with in front of the DJ booth back at the Phoenix all those years ago. What was their name again? The exchange of hugs, kisses and ...

We Miss Rio

A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Jun 25, 2014

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... over the place, there is really no bar district in Brasilia and no where that we can easily walk. We miss Rio badly. Instead of going aimlessly throughout the city, we decide to just go down to the hotel restaurant, get some beer, and watch the game. Turns out to be a popular decision as there are a number of tourists who begin to fill the restaurant up as the game (France/Ecuador) continues. Clearly, Brasilia is not Rio. Oh well, only in ...

A quiz night in Brazilia

A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Jan 15, 2014

... I didn’t know which
was interesting.

Slight grumblings in camp as the truck had run out of beer!
Everyone was supposed to swap jobs when we entered Brazil, but they asked us to
keep doing the bar – we agreed but only if we just did the money collection,
receipt logs and the changing of currency, and not the shopping – we were
spending our whole time trying to change money up ...

A Brazilian Christmas

A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Jan 01, 2012

1 comment, 105 photos

... just around the corner is another even more amazing one. So many different sets of falls and so much water! We spent a day on each side and still didn't manage to walk to all the viewpoints on the Argentinian side. A highlight for all of us was a trip in a Zodiac, up to and right under some of the smaller falls, not just in the spray but a proper drenching where you could hardy catch your breath.

Another early start and another flight and we were in ...


A travel blog entry by rennyavm on Feb 28, 2010

3 photos

... was and never is and furniture, except a table on which to sign treaties, the table being significant as Brazil's independence treaty was signed on it way back when. The rest of the rooms in the palace contained a mix of older and modern art, the former including some indigenous pieces and the latter some abstract things that could have been accidentally made by a 4-year old.

The Palacio de Congressa, the parliament building, is notable for two ...