America Towers Hotel
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... grabbed a bus from the city center and it took me straight back to the apartment. Rafael’s house was right on the way so he got off and I continued on by myself. He told me to stay in the aisle seat instead of taking the window seat because it’s safer that way. No one can pin you in against the window and try to mug you that way. Nice city. That’s what you have to think about when you get on a bus. ...
... enjoy your meal in the unique morrocan chill out room or in their patio garden.They also offer those great juices with a touch of ginger 'refreshing',or maybe a caipirinha with water melon.The quanties are very generous an the prices are extremely fair.Splurge
... history and it was really awesome, I learned a lot.
After we finally got a spot to park, we went to Mercado Modelo. This is where the slaves were first brought when they came to Brazil. And then, once slavery was abolished, it is where they sold goods they made so they could start to make a living. Diogo taught me all this, and much more. Now, it's just like any other type of market, very cool. We walked in and there were guys playing music, ...
... the minute I saw it that I would love it here. And I do. So much. I got off the flight picked up my bags with no problem, and headed to the exit. I somehow missed them and did a lap before finding Vini and Nati. We hugged for a couple minutes beforw I coud even get any words out. Then Mrs. Rosaneli came over and the same thing happened, plus me crying just a little bit because I was so happy. I can't even describe how amazing it is to finally see your other half, ...
... with an additional multitude of people involved in construction/scaffold/electrical aspects, beer vendors, security staff, bloco rope holders, ticket sellers, as well as countless police and tens of millions of beers delivered every day by the truckloads. With so much to take in and 12 hours of blaring Brazilian music, it is nothing short of a mind-blowing sensory overload.
We got to our bloco before it set off down the strip at 6pm and met up ...