Hotel Aconchego Recife
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... of the sand dunes that make Natal so famous. We were excited to experience a very different beat and rhythm in Natal. Natal clearly embraced the World Cup far more than the city of Recife. The roads were lined with flags of all the participating countries. World Cup signs were everywhere. And there was a world cup excitement in the air that reverberated around the city regardless of locals or visitors. The first stop was to pick up ...
... happened...and it did. The Ticos beat Italy 1-0! This game was the game that sent the previous world champs home packing and the Ticos, who everyone thought would wash out early, were going through! It was amazing to be part of this celebration. The party was crazy outside the stadium! At the point we got outside the stadium, we had given up all hope of finding our Ticos friends to the game. The place was packed, and there was just no way. And then all the sudden, ...
... to different people in Portuguese and offered some helpful tips. After the game ended, we chatted with them for about an hour and they must've really liked us because we were then invited to their friend's birthday dinner at a local Recife restaurant, Outback Steakhouse. (Yes, that Outback. Fun fact: they didn't know it was an American restaurant.) Since we had dinner plans with other friends, we declined, but will look forward to seeing them before we leave this city. ...
After a successful day of acquiring a Brazilian smart phone with dual chips, local Pernambuco phone number, a new party dress (since my bag hadn't arrived yet!), I hurriedly jumped in a cab after talking to Spok of Spok Frevo Orquestra. The first person Spok introduced me to was Lenine, and I was so excited that I didn't get to tell him what a fan I am ...
... is another of the questionable ports, by that I mean when we researched it before booking some 18 months ago we were concerned to discover that this place is a known hive of criminality with very little to recommend it. (Along with Georgetown, Guyana, & Salvador, Brazil)
Originally there were 3 tours available but as a result of the late arrival two had been cancelled, it wasn’t a problem for us as ...