Brasilia Imperial Hotel E Eventos

SHS, Qd. 3, Bloco H, Brasilia, Federal District, 70312-000, Brazil | 3 star inn
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Travel Blogs from Brasilia

Brazil's 'space age' capital...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Jun 17, 2014

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... in 1960. The architect, Oscar Niemeyer, was responsible for many of the city's unique buildings, all of which display his iconic use of abstract forms and curves. Brasilia's central area is shaped like an aeroplane. Ministries and monuments are concentrated in the 'fuselage'. Further south, in the 'cockpit', are the most interesting government buildings, including the Congresso Nacional. We enjoyed the city sights, although it was a challenge to get a photo without ...

Brasilia, back to the 60s

A travel blog entry by mattelviajero on Dec 20, 2013

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... residenciales...). La avenida principal es el Axis Monumental, donde casi todos los edificios fueron diseñados por Niemeyer. Querían dar la impresión de unos edificios flotantes sobre el suelo - el piso bajo se deja sin tabicar y solo con las columnas vistas. Y aquí me despido de Brasil! No me robaron, ni me timaron (probablemente si, pero ni me di cuenta) y me quedaron muchas ganas de volver ...

A Brazilian Christmas

A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Jan 01, 2012

1 comment, 105 photos

... to Sao Paolo for a connection to Brasilia. By the time we were getting off the bus in Brasilia, they were landing at Heathrow.

Brasilia is the modern capital of Brazil, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. It was completed in 1960, with a very forward thinking urban plan and a lot of futuristic Niemeyer buildings. I remember learning about it at primary school and it had always fascinated me. It is a very strange city in that the centre has a lot of ...

Brasilia, I'm living in a jetplane....

A travel blog entry by marie-line on Sep 19, 2010

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... the extreme structuredness does change the people in good ways.
For example, this is be the ONLY place in Brazil (and maybe South America) where cars always stop for pedestrians. In other places you have to look out for your life. In the rest of where I passed in South America it's New York style, everyone crosses anywhere, but drivers really don't brake, so you better time your running-over-to-cross-and-surviva very well! But here in Brasilia, this very odd thing ...

Moving on

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Jun 18, 2009

... that two of the wires were crossed and it now works perfectly. Unfortunately the bottom of the lift does not and so we had to go back to the original garage and get it re-welded. That took a day and a half and we then ended up back at Mercedes to get the battery door re-attached after Mike broke it. That took another day and so we decided to stay overnight and then leave. As it was in the morning we found one of the rear lights ...

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This 3 star inn, located on SHS, Qd. 3, Bloco H, Brasilia, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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