my dream vacation

manaus, brazil

  •   My destination is Brazil in south america. It is near the US.the capital of brazil is brazilia. some major cities are sao paulo, rio de janeiro, and salvador. 1Guarulhos International Airport São Paulo Congonhas Airport São Paulo Galeão International   AirportRio de Janeiro Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport and Tancredo Neves-Confins International Airport. famous attractions in brazil are White-sand beaches, tropical islands, music-filled metropolises and charming colonial towns are dotting its 7,500 km (4,600 mi) long coastline. Inland, Brazil tourist attractions consist of imposing waterfalls, wetlands filled with wildlife, and the untouched wilderness of the Amazon rain forest where several isolated tribes still live without any contact with the rest of the world.the best time to visit my location is january through march, and august through december. the average tempurture in brazil is 72 to 79 F. at least 75 F because i dont want to be too hot or too cold. the annual average rain fall is around 200 mm in every month. the lowest rain fall is 60 to 70 F .cost of transport to the airport/car parking at the airport is 25.99 on jet parks.
  • Any other travels between locations is to ihop, for breakfast cost is at least 100.00 for full meal for all three people
  • What is there to do at your destination?
  • the places i will go on my destination is Manaus Fishing Trips,Cruises manaus, BrazilManaus,ZooCarnival ManausShopING                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          RESTURUANTS IN MANAUS

  • Acai e Companhia
    Acai e Companhia is a restaurant with a nice atmosphere, serving all manner of regional dishes at reasonable prices. The doors swing open at 10AM and don't close until midnight, with good service a constant and live musical performances a regular occurrence. Acai a Companhia personifies what Manaus food and drink is all about!
    Where and How: Address: Rua Acre, 98 - Vieiralves, phone number (Phone: 55-(92) 3635-3637).
    Canto da Peixada
    A must for the fish enthusiast on your trip, Canto da Piexada comes highly recommended by Manaus locals.
    Where and How: Rua Emílio Moreira, 1677 - Praça 14, Phone: 55-(92) 3234-3021.
    But what kind of Manaus food and drink should you be looking for? What will you order at these wonderful restaurants? To answer that question, we will again ask the locals who eat this food on a daily basis.
    Pancake lovers will find a kindred spirit in the tapioquinha, a pancake-like food made from manioc starch that gets buttered and stuffed with palm fruit and farmer's-style cheese. This wonderful dish can be topped with your choice of fruit or jam for added flavor!
    Tacacá is a staple soup among Amazon natives, and a must for anyone wishing to claim that he or she truly experimented with some authentic Manaus cuisine!
    Yearning for some cake but not sure where to find some in Manaus? Not to worry! Bolo de macaxeira is right up your alley. This thick, heavy translucent oily cake is made from manioc flour. Top it with your choice of jam, chocolate sauce, or frosting for the flavor you desire and you've got yourself an authentic Manaus-style cake, ready to devour and enjoy!
    Whew, I sure am thirsty after all this talk about food! Luckily, Manaus has a number of tasty beverages just waiting for you to try, especially Manaus fruit juices. Sugar cane juice is a perennial favorite among the locals. There is also Guarana, a delicious fruit drink culled from a berry fruit that grows within the Amazon rain forest. An excellent place to score worldly Brazilian drinks are festivals. These are typically held in the Sambódromo, a gigantic stadium on Rua Constantino Nery.
    We hope you will spice up your stay by experimenting with different kinds of Manaus food and drink.
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  •                                    Central Hotel Manaus is centrally located in the heart of the Manaus Free Zone, and 300 metres from the marina. The rooms are equipped with cable TV and air conditioning. All of Hotel Manaus’s rooms have en suite bathrooms with a hot shower. The hotel has also fitted rooms with minibars and telephones. Guests can enjoy refreshments from the bar and restaurant on the terrace, which has views over Manaus. Staff at the 24-hour front desk are on hand to advise guests about local attractions, such as the Amazonas Theatre and Ponta Negra Beach. Hotel Manaus is just a 20 minute drive from Eduardo Gomes International Airport. The hotel provides free private parking when guests reserve in advance.‬Central Hotel Manaus                                                                                                                                         
  •  LOCATION: Rua Dr. Moreira 202, Manaus ,Brazil               
  •    NEIGHBORHOOD: Centro                                                                                          
  • PHONE: 092-3622–2600                                                                                                      
  • PRICE LEVEL: $                                                                                                            
  •  CREDIT CARDS: Credit cards accepted     AMENITIES :50 rooms A good option if you're on a budget, this hotel has simple, clean rooms with standard amenities. It's near the market and the port, and is popular with businessmen
  1.                                            airline service
  • BUF 11;30 am--PHL--MIA--MAO 11;46 pm  11 hours and 16 min.
  • MAO 1;00 am--MIA--DCA--BUF 5;00 pmv   18 hours and 10 min.
  •                                                  cost 3,397
  •                                         includes  tax
  •                                facts about my dream vacation
  • Manaus (mänous´), city (1996 pop. 1,158,265), capital of Amazonas state, NW Brazil, on the Rio Negro. It is the chief commercial and cultural center of the upper Amazon region and an important river port, with floating docks that can accommodate oceangoing vessels, including cruise ships. Surrounded by jungle, Manaus is the only major city in a c.600-mi (1000-km) radius. Founded in 1669, Manaus grew slowly until the late 19th cent., when the wild-rubber boom brought prosperity and short-lived splendor. In recent years, Manaus has regained importance because of renewed interest in the Amazon basin and its preservation, with accompanying ecotourism, and because of the discovery of oil nearby. The city is now the seat of several organizations dealing with Amazonian problems, is a free port, and has an international airport. Its manufactures include electronics, chemical products, and soap; there are distilling and ship construction industries. Manaus also exports Brazil nuts, rubber, jute, and rosewood oil. It has a cathedral, opera house (with an $8 million renovation completed in 1990), zoological and botanical gardens, an ecopark, and regional and native peoples museumsBrazil is South America's largest country boasting over 3 million square miles of land. Brazil can also boast that it has just over 21,000 square miles of water included in its geographical scope. It comes in as the world's 5th largest country in total area and total population within that area. It's the 3rd largest country within the Americas. Brazil is such a large geographical area; the country spans three time zones!
    The Atlantic Ocean is on the eastern boundary of Brazil providing the country with just under 5,000 miles of gorgeous coastline. Northern boundaries include Guyana, Venezuela, French Guiana, and Suriname. Columbia is on the northwest side of Brazil. Bolivia and Peru bound Brazil on the western side and Paraguay and Argentina bound Brazil on the southwest side. Directly south is the smallcountry of Uruguay.
    Bodies of water on Brazil's borders include several archipelagos in addition to the Atlantic Ocean. They are small, but the archipelagos are considered a part of Brazil's territory.

  • Brazilian culture is one of the most distinct and unique in the world. An eclectic blend of the old and the new combined with the perfect mix of race and ethnicities work to create a diversity that gives this country an extraordinary charm and welcoming atmosphere.
    Known as the “land of the Amazon” or the “land of contrasts”, this spectacular nation is home to generous people, stunning scenery, beautiful beaches, distinctive music and dance, and the largest rainforest on earth.
    Brazil offers history, adventure, culture, and cuisine, all presented in an easy going, relaxing way that makes visitors feel right at home.
    Whether you are planning a short visit or an extended stay, it is helpful to understand the Brazilian culture and its amazing people so you can fully appreciate everything this land has to offer.Acai e Companhia
    Acai e Companhia is a restaurant with a nice atmosphere, serving all manner of regional dishes at reasonable prices. The doors swing open at 10AM and don't close until midnight, with good service a constant and live musical performances a regular occurrence. Acai a Companhia personifies what Manaus food and drink is all about!
    Where and How: Address: Rua Acre, 98 - Vieiralves, phone number (Phone: 55-(92) 3635-3637).
    Canto da Peixada
    A must for the fish enthusiast on your trip, Canto da Piexada comes highly recommended by Manaus locals.
    Where and How: Rua Emílio Moreira, 1677 - Praça 14, Phone: 55-(92) 3234-3021.
    But what kind of Manaus food and drink should you be looking for? What will you order at these wonderful restaurants? To answer that question, we will again ask the locals who eat this food on a daily basis.
    Pancake lovers will find a kindred spirit in the tapioquinha, a pancake-like food made from manioc starch that gets buttered and stuffed with palm fruit and farmer's-style cheese. This wonderful dish can be topped with your choice of fruit or jam for added flavor!
    Tacacá is a staple soup among Amazon natives, and a must for anyone wishing to claim that he or she truly experimented with some authentic Manaus cuisine!
    Yearning for some cake but not sure where to find some in Manaus? Not to worry! Bolo de macaxeira is right up your alley. This thick, heavy translucent oily cake is made from manioc flour. Top it with your choice of jam, chocolate sauce, or frosting for the flavor you desire and you've got yourself an authentic Manaus-style cake, ready to devour and enjoy!
    Whew, I sure am thirsty after all this talk about food! Luckily, Manaus has a number of tasty beverages just waiting for you to try, especially Manaus fruit juices. Sugar cane juice is a perennial favorite among the locals. There is also Guarana, a delicious fruit drink culled from a berry fruit that grows within the Amazon rain forest. An excellent place to score worldly Brazilian drinks are festivals. These are typically held in the Sambódromo, a gigantic stadium on Rua Constant
  •                                                          BUDGET
  • resturaunt before leave;$100.00
  • airport parking;$25.99
  • airport travel;$3,397
  • travel around the destination;$12 each ride plus how far
  • places to eat for morning and evening;$60.58 each person at least twice a day
  • other places like hikes;$25
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