Tulip Inn Batista Campos

Address: Rua Pres. Pernambuco 116, Belem, State of Para, 66015-200, Brazil | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rua Pres. Pernambuco 116, Belem, is near Cidade Velha.
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    Travel Blogs from Belem

    Day 36: Belém, Pará, Brazil

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 15, 2014

    65 photos

    ... so many on my travels and I only expect to meet more. I gathered my things and then walked (limped) to the port with Liz, Matias, and Juanma. We boarded our boat and found spots to set up our hammocks. I was excited for this part. I love my Eno hammock and haven't been using it enough. Pretty sure I'm the only one on the boat with a pack hammock (it fits in a pouch the size of a softball); most people use handwoven hammocks that they buy for 30 or 40 reals and ...

    Day 108 - Belem Brazil

    A travel blog entry by cinnamongirl13 on Apr 23, 2013

    6 photos

    ... of crucifixes. At one point you turned a corner into a smaller room and right in the middle was basically a glass casket with a life-size sculpture of Jesus laying in it all bloody, it was beyond creepy, I got out of that room fast. One of the ladies leaned over to me and said, "This is not sacred art for atheists." I said, “No, nope it’s definitely not that.” Our next stop was called the Museum of Gems. I was totally in awe at this ...

    Futebol mania

    A travel blog entry by sachago on Jun 19, 2012

    6 photos

    ... at 15.45 (20.45 in Europe): everyone is watching the European football cup. In Brazil, soccer is a religion! Even if the seleção does not play, people are in front of a tv screen as soon as futebol is on, wherever they are, ie in restaurants, on the pavement, in a bus terminal or even in a parked ...

    Easter Weekend

    A travel blog entry by andy.toma on Apr 08, 2012

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... edge of our campsite.

    Woke up in the morning and took a swim to greet the day. The cloudy river water is warm and bath like. The current was strong with the tide going out and the waves were growing. After the swim we walked to buy some bread and butter for breakfast and headed back to the "campsite" (bar) to eat. We started to pack up camp so I helped take down the tents and then took some pictures and hung out while everyone got ready to go. I ...

    Life is a hammock

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Apr 04, 2011

    14 photos

    ... were in sight and the end was near. Waking up at the port was a relief and to actually stand on solid ground, was blissful, as the end of ‘life is a hammock’ was here.

    Overall, for 6 nights, 5 full days, we were living the dream in some ways and living a nightmare in others, but what an experience. Not many people we know have experienced the Amazon ferry and if you ever get the chance to, expect that life will be a ...