Casalegre Art Vila B&B - Santa Teresa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the town I indicated, I had to ask him to repeat it as I wasn't sure he had the right place because it didn't sound anything like it was spelled. He repeated it, a little slower this time and I was able to confirm that he had the right one. We then wrangled our way through the ticket purchase. We had to determine what departure time I wanted, then what seat number and finally what it was going to cost. This is not an easy task when you're ...
... but very calm. I would miss Brazil tremendously, but I know I will be back one day to see how else it might grow and what else it might have to offer. So as I rode in the taxi cab to the airport and saw many a dark-skinned Brazilians selling chips and drinks along the highway (a stark contrast to the very light-skinned Brazilians who were in the stands during the games), I remained reflective and filled with respect toward Brazil and all of its people! Ciao Bella ...
... qualité sont minables je n'ai jamais vu pire que Rio!! La plage de Copacabana n'a l'air de rien, on sent la friture ouille brûlée constamment.... Tout le monde est perdu: brésiliens et touristes. Les files, la pollution, la mauvaise humeur a gogo, pas de bonjour, pas de merci, pas d'anglais, c'est hallucinant!! Ok Ipanema plage, le Leblon, Barra et plus loin c'est des merveilles mais reste ...
... just a heap of tasty if dusty flour). We are both giant balls of starch at this point. We were excited to watch this game because a) it was the first game of the tournament played in Rio's Maracanã Stadium, and b) Lionel Messi playing soccer is a beautiful thing to watch. Interestingly, Brazil seems to agree. Though Argentina's La Albiceleste (The White and Sky-Blue, in honor of their eye-catching jerseys) are perhaps the ...
... are the widest falls. Heaps of water going over due to rain several days ago. It is also quite dirty as the rain runs off a lot of land that has been cleared in the Forest. You get a good view of the panorama of the falls. Walked along the boardwalks and got wet from the spray. Watched some swifts flying into the falls to their nests behind. BBQ dinner at ...