Monumental Bittar Hotel

St. Hoteleiro Norte, Quadra 3 Bloco B, Brasilia, Federal District, 70702-912, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on St. Hoteleiro Norte, Quadra 3 Bloco B, Brasilia, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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    A very different side of Brazil - Brasilia

    A travel blog entry by jennytravels on Jul 06, 2014

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    July 4th: We arrived in Brasilia after a long 24 hour bus ride. Brasilia is the federal capital of Brazil and is famous for its architectural structures by Oscar Niemeyer. The price of metered taxis here are ridiculously expensive. For a 15 minute ride from the bus station to our accommodation, it cost us R$40 (I think the rate was 50c/100m). Exhausted from the bus ride, we decided to stay in and watch the ...

    Final thoughts on a Beautiful State

    A travel blog entry by jaopperman on Jun 12, 2014

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    Hey what do ya know! I’m behind on blog posts again. Pretend this once was a few days ago and I’ll post one about Sao Paulo tomorrow. :D

    Monday morning I left Brasilia and made my way to São Paulo. Brasilia is a cool but strange city. The whole thing was ultra-planned out, so every detail down to the last tree has been put exactly where it’s supposed to be. It looks like something out of zoo tycoon. ...

    The Planned City

    A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Apr 15, 2012

    32 photos

    ... met some Friends of Gerard in this Local Flying Paradise.
    The 700m steeply sloped Grasstrip lies right underneath the ILS 29 from SBBR and they have to turn off their Transponders and sneak up a Valley and Land uphill to not be detected by the Radar from the nearby International Airport which is only 2 miles away.
    Relocated my Airplane from SiQE Botelho to the Nelson Piquet Grasstrip Landing uphill , short roll out , needed lots of Power to ...

    Night in the airport!

    A travel blog entry by bmweeks on Jan 31, 2011

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    ... enjoyed speaking to her about her travels including a six year sailing trip! She is a very peaceful woman who is coming to Brazil for a couple of weeks to learn natural healing and rejuvenation from what I gathered. I hope Esperança has a great time!
    When it was my turn for the customs, they gave me a bit of a hassle over my Brazilian visa that is set to expire this May. Needless to say, they worried me enough about ...

    An Architectural Phenomenon

    A travel blog entry by carlaandmike on Mar 19, 2010

    26 photos

    ... Force Academy – architecturally speaking. The Academy and Brasilia were constructed in the same time period and the similarities are striking. In fact, the city is structured in the shape of an airplane! The residential and commercial blocks of the capital are the wings and the city’s main government buildings and monuments were located in the fuselage. Crazy!

    Brasilia is unique on many levels; it is about to turn 50 ...