Hotel Aconchego Recife
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the music. Time still dragged out but by 1700 and around four hours, we had made it to Recife rodoviaria and jumped off. Easiest way back to our hotel near the airport was a cab, so we paid the 68reais flat rate to the airport area and took off. The driver was another guy who said he knew where to go, but ultimately didn't. The hotel we were staying in was a small chain and he took us to the wrong one and pointed at it as though we were ...
... nearby mall to park. From there we all walked down to the stadium. Folks were chanting and dressed in their colors – mostly red, white and blue. They were also dressed in all sorts of costumes with their faces painted. This was going to be a good day. So many Americans had traveled to support their team that we would dominate the 40, 000 seat stadium. And just like the flight over, I would hear someone shout out "Mike ...
... before Brazil's 1pm kick off against Chile. The streets were deserted and with little choice of where to watch the match we were more than happy to laze around in the hostel to see the hosts scrape through on penalties, despite Hulk's best efforts to eliminate his country. We had a quiet Saturday night at a pizza place as we waved goodbye to a Suarez-less Uruguay, beaten by the impressive Colombia and James Rodriguez. Tomorrow we had Toga Day II to contend with.
... kept playing. But by the second half, when Drogba came in the game and added urgency to a clearly superior Ivory Coast side, the tide turned. And when Ivory Coast scored their 2nd goal to go ahead, the support shifted too. Next thing you knew, 3/4th of the stadium was singing and dancing along with that tiny Ivory Coast fan section! The vibe was on and spreading...and the volume was pumped up loud!!!!
... buy a few souvenirs. One of the shops employed local dancers to draw in the crowds. I watched this guy put on mascara and then dance around in orange latex waving an umbrella. I make no comment about this other than to say the girls looked much better!
Ben had recommended that we ate at Officina do Sabor, a well know Brazilian restaurant in the area. Their specialty was to hollow out a pumpkin and then fill it with a seafood 'stew'. ...