Cama e Cafe
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... time (ago).
... and really strong coffee. They dont do tea here
unfortunately. Good job ive learnt to like coffee.
and local delicasies so far: not as good as Asia. And they really
like their meat. Infact I dont think they know what a vegetarian is.
The tradaitional dish is a steak with rice and black beans. Often
meals are to share for 2 people, and theyre into their help-yourself
As we were walking towards the terminal to change flights we got directed into the "connection flights" zone, so we assumed this is where we had to be. We got comfortable as we had hours to kill before our 10:30pm flight. So I continued to read my book as Aaron utilised the airport wifi. As we got closer to the time (roughly an hour before hand), Aaron notices that our gate terminal just isn’t showing up on the screens and me being the ...
... that we had found so wanting in most of our travels in South America to date, are laden with beautiful fruit and vegetables, varied, high quality and cheap. And there is a range of good bread and cheese and other reasonable dairy products that aren't full of sugar. Further, we found some good, tasty, fresh food in the restaurants and cafes and at the pay by the kilo buffets sprinkled around town - all for better prices than anywhere else we've been so ...
... do a rehearsal for Carnival. Even though not everyone was in costume, it was amazing! The stadium is about 3/4 mile long and each Samba school took about an hour to go through the whole thing. The music was amazing, as was the dancing. I might not have a chance to go to Carnival (although I will try) so this might have been the closest I will ever get and boy was it a great way to say fair well to Rio.