America Towers Hotel
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... as bad as I had initially thought. This is the opposite. Based on what I saw on AirBnB and the reviews there, I expected a much nicer area, but it’s becoming clearer and clearer that this is not a nice place to be around. I take nothing with me when I go out. No phone. No camera. No watch. No wallet. Just a little cash, ...
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... but experiencing it is the only way to really understand.
We took some classic tourist shots, in front of this Brazilian flag, but also some artsy stuff. I love having another photographer around (no offense to my family back home, but you guys aren't the best picture takers) so I can pictures with me in them for once. Di said that all the flags and banners everywhere aren't always there, but people are just extra festive for World Cup, so ...
... awesome.I also got to meet the Rosaneli's dog, Lola. We're already best friends. I've always wanted a dog and now I get one for a month! She's actually an outside dog. Most dogs in Brazil are I guess, because it's always nice outside. She's great though, totally open to cuddling :) After we showered to get the chlorine off, a boy came by the house and said hi. At the time, Nati was changing, So I answered him. He was a little confused with who I was. But he just asked ...
... other ones they would just steadily roll past. As the main part of the camarote was at the equivalent height of first floor level, we were at the same height as the bands on top of the lorries so every five or ten minutes we were treated to live performances from Brazilians top musicians and singers. It was awesome. As we had an all inclusive ticket, we had an endless supply of food and drink for 12 hours. Brazilians love their food, so for the first time ever ...