Hotel Transamerica Ilha de Comandatuba
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
Photos of Hotel Transamerica Ilha de Comandatuba
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Transamerica Ilha de Comandatuba
Travel Blogs from Ilha de Comandatuba
... as it was during our move, and over Christmas... But it got done!) so immigration is a breeze, we sail through, and stop in duty free to check out noise cancelling headphones for mike. He tests some out, but the Bose ones are $500USD!! They were $300 in Houston but mike said "no I don't need them..." Famous last words. Lol So onto our flight check in. And Mike can't find his passport. Like no where to be found. Not in any pockets, not in his backpack and I say did you put it ...
... Others are emerging from their cocoons of underfelt and old blankets as the pavements are their bedrooms. It's hard not to watch as they sit up from within their bedding on the plinth of statues and monuments, hair tousled and bleary eyed preparing to start the day. Surely I have crossed through some invisible portal into their homes. A pedestrian thoroughfare nearby is the centre of the gold and jewellery business. Lots of flyers of this ...
... little better I walked around hoping to find a senna souvenir. To my luck I found a store with two senna figurines.One was very ugly and looked like mario kart and the other was heavy and expensive. I ended up buying the expensive. Which hit my money reserves big time at $70R. We then caught the bus, which to my disgust smelled like pee. Like really? And the smell never really went away. Le sigh. I spent the time reading Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. Funnily enough, we arrived ...
Brazil has been great! Yesterday was a holiday, so we have had plenty of time for cultural excursions. We went to the Football Museum, which was done really well. It was very interactive and explained everything from the history of football in Brazil and the teams to the rules and basics of football. We then went to the local market to see something less touristy. The booths in the market were very proud of their sausages, salt cured fish, and fresh fruits and vegetables. I ...
... he explained that all Brazilians by large ticket items on installment plans, as this was the only way that they could afford it. Clothes and shoes are very expensive in Brazil, and many Brazilians will actually plan shopping trips to the USA when buying large amounts of clothes as it would be cheaper for them to fly to Miami and back for shopping sprees.
We then arrived at our lunch restaurant, Congonhas Prime, for yet another to Churrasco experience. At this ...