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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in Recife we took a paid excursion into the city and the old capital of Olinda, a national heritage site. Our local tour guide, Elizabeth, gave us an enjoyable day of sightseeing and history. The first stop was at a beautiful beach in the centre of town...deep soft sand, warm water, and signs saying dangerous to swim because of sharks especially if you are bleeding, for example. The Dutch were the ...
... Shirt was still struggling but could now sit up and could join us in laughing at the constantly drunk Aussie in our form. The Aussie couldn't get his head around why we were applying insect repellent, this in spite of our impressive collection of mosquito bites he was adamant "there's no mosquitoes in Recife" in his camp, slurring voice. The only reply we could muster "there f***ing is." Lights out and an early morning flight to Salvador the next ...
... one of the most thrilling and well played matches of the World Cup.
So if you are a soccer-head like myself, this world cup is "off the chain." And personally, I am delighted on so many different levels. My brother, Irving and I have grown up together on this sport. We learned it first as kids when we lived in Tanzania for 2 ½ years. We grew up in Maryland as products of U.S. Soccer. So we ...
... and so was her best friend - so she put the two of them on the phone together. All three of them chatted and carried on like they were BFF's!!!! Meanwhile, Sebastian and I chatted about this and that. And as I was gesturing him to Lucas and telling him that we ran into a former player of mine, Sebastian said, "wait, I know him. He is good friends with my college roommate and Teammate." "Who is your roommate?" I said. "Matt Grady." I said, "Shut ...
... and they too joined us.
We bought a race card for £20.00 which allowed us to place bets from £2.00 upward on any races we wanted, but we never won a single penny. Frank and Brenda, however, came away with 30 quid for their 20 quid investment, so they did well. :-) We did, however, win a free cocktail of the day (Blue Lagoon) in the “losers’ raffle” but it wasn’t much to show for ...