"The Pousada Portas da Amazônia, in the historic district, is a beautiful example of architectural recycling, a small hotel in a former colonial town house. My wide, silent, and all-white room had three floor-to-ceiling French windows facing the Rio Mearim. The polished planks of the antique floorboards gleamed. The maze at the heart of the old city is miraculously car-free, so you can actually hear scraps of conversation, crockery, whistling from the narrow alleys below. Bleached laundry hangs drying from the balconies. The cleaned and restored facades of the buildings are covered with azulejos, blue-white ceramic tiles."Onde vc leu isso Diogo? procurei e não encontrei.