Hotel Aconchego Recife
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... where they were (in a compartment on the back of a seat) and couldn't believe I'd make such a stupid mistake. When we got to our hotel, I enlisted the help of a very resourceful guy on reception to contact the bus company and he eventually got in touch with the coach's driver. Unfortunately, when he checked the compartment, he only found an empty Fanta bottle that I'd drank earlier in the day. Somebody had obviously taken the two items at another point in the journey and ...
... 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 ...
... 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, ...
... he even goes so far as to hope Brazil loses its games to teach the government a lesson for thinking it could successfully pull off such a thing as a World Cup in a developing country. With all this 'anti World Cup' vibe in the house and the fact he is recovering from heart surgery we thought we would never convince him to join us. Wrong. As always, SOCCER was the winner on the day! With a fair amount of persuasion from his children ...
... style costumes with pantaloons and hats with plumes all gathering with banners and the street we had driven down is now blocked off so we head for
Here we drive along the side of one of the canals and the small painted houses on the far side look very Dutch, it looks a little like Curacao. We stop in the Placa de Republica for photos of the Governor's Palace which you can visit, but only on a Sunday if you are wearing shorts and ...