Planalto Bittar Hotel
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... a Law firm, and a business centre all of which were designed by Oscar Niemeyer. After killing some time hiding from the rain I made a dash for the national stadium, which held a number of games during the World Cup.
I stopped off at the planetarium which was a pretty cool building but I didn't go inside because I was trying to save money and I went to a planetarium in Montreal. The convention centre was nearby so I walked around that building, which is one of the biggest ...
... that the cost of missing it would be far greater. But it was too late.
In a panic, with my desire to be there at its peak, I frantically searched for a flight home. Ready to sacrifice whatever I had to in order to get back. My efforts were futile. Not only were any remaining flights ridiculously over priced but none of them were able to get me back in time to get to the night. There it was. The confirmation. I was going to miss the last ever Tangled. As if ...
... no need to watch anymore). Having learned our lesson in Rio, we take a normal taxi (not a radio cab) to our hotel in Brasilia. Brasilia is a unique city in that it was basically built out of nothing during the middle of the 20th century (similar to Dubai). The Brazilian government needed to make a capital city, so they decided to design a brand new one. As we are driving through on our way to the hotel, this is all very apparent ...
... on that front!
Arrived in Brasilia around five, and settled in to our
lovely double room in the hostel part, whilst everyone else camped. Well, I say
lovely, it looked like the kind of room you might find a forgotten hostage in,
huge room with a double bed in it and a fan and nothing else, but it had its
own bathroom and the fact that there was a mattress was enough for us.
After dinner we ...
... easily around the city with dedicated bus lanes and... wait for it Boris, double bendy buses. In Curitiba we also experienced a little more of the Christmas experience with some traditional Christmas markets and a Christmas parade that bordered on the bizarre. Elsewhere we have had more traditional shows of Christmas singing, though not quite the familiar carols that we know so well. Of course it always seems a bit odd to be celebrating Christmas when ...