Hotel Aconchego Recife
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aconchego Recife
Travel Blogs from Recife
... who are crossing for the first time )...this ritual consists of kissing a big fish then being doused with a very gooey concoction...as we have crossed previously we were not subject to the ritual and could laugh and enjoy watching many others including some crew get initiated.
Our crossing was very uneventful as we had very calm seas...( approx 8-10 ft ) With todays technology this is a piece of cake. Looking forward to another 'off' day ...
... World programmes. We were greeted by people selling fruit and crisps from cages and people moving around in every direction, although I don't think any of us felt unsafe the place had an edge to it. With this in mind Grafite saw an armed guard and asked him where all the taxis were, the wide eyed look of panic and disbelief as he saw us is one that will stay with me for a while. He urged us to stay exactly where we were as he went to hunt down a taxi to get us out of there as ...
... couldn't get any better, out of nowhere, Sam and Ed appear! Back in Natal, we had talked about getting together in Recife, but we hadn't heard from them. Earlier that day, we had been wondering whether they got into Recife okay and whether they made it to Italy-Costa Rica. They had been without wifi so weren't able to be in touch, but we all found each other anyway. Like we said, the World Cup is kind of an amazing place. Small world, even in a country as large ...
This change to our plans meant we now had time to see if any of our family here would like tickets to a game. Our offers were met with immediate rejection as papai is staunchly against the World Cup being held in Brazil. He shares the opinion with the majority of the country that the money being poured into new stadiums and the surrounding infrastructure would be better spent on the health and education of Brazilians. ...
... bags full of water (like we used to get for prize’s at the fair back at home years ago) Whilst the area was busy and a little intimidating providing you were street savvy and alert it wasn’t too bad.
We only had 3 hrs available to us in order to catch the last bus back to the ship but as we were already some way out, after consulting the basic map we got from the tourist office we decided to walk back ...