Comfort Suites Brasilia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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It did pour overnight but the tents kept us dry and by the time we got up, it had stopped raining. My group did a bacon and egg breakfast before we hit the road for a 4.5 hour drive to Brasilia. Again the drive took us through the savannah which had a wide array of lush greens. We arrived in Brasilia midday. The Lonely Planet describes Brasilia as the "workable, utopian answer to modern, urban chaos". Brasilia is now the capital of Brazil, ...
... building located in the south wing of the plane. You enter into a 360* glowing blue sanctuary. This church, empty of course, was lined from floor to ceiling with thousands of turquoise, cobalt, sky, and sapphire blue squares of stained glass, with rose, quartz, and magenta tiles in the corners. The centerpiece was a massive low-hanging crystal chandelier, and elevated alter. It was like being in a church in Atlantis.
Brasilia – cool to see, once. ...
... reason they decided to design it in the shape of an aeroplane. The municipal offices are in drab, lifeless, colourless, uninspiring, grey concrete towers, down the front end of the 'fuselage' and some hoity-toity super pretentious architecture buildings are in the cockpit area. Down the tail end there's a large park area. Or what should be a park, unfortunately all the grass has even worn away and it's left behind this red clay sandy dirt area. And then there's the ...
... lanes where you veer left to turn right (too hard to explain but it works!) you can traverse the city easily which we did many times with Vince and Ana.
Brasilia is surrounded by hills and valleys, goes from green to brown from wet to dry season, and has a lifestyle similar to Canberra. You need to know where to go and what to do a la Canberra. Vince and ...
... and have a strong mission statement and I was interested in speaking to them. They have a big 'Centre of Culture' somewhere outside the main centre of Brasilia, so I thought I'd give it a shot visiting that, seen as though I didn't know whether they'd come back to me, but after an hour waiting for a bus in the rain I decided it was a bad idea! I took cover for half an hour or so, whilst keeping an eye out for it up the Torre de TV (the biggest TV Tower in ...