BEST WESTERN Manibu Recife
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to establish a settlement/fort here and there are still some recognizable Dutch influences. Eventually they were supplanted by the Portuguese. We stopped at a municipal building and took pictures of a baobab tree and then to a converted prison renamed the Casa da Cultura, which contained many handicraft shops. Here Dawn found a little shop filled with art done by the shop owner and her ...
We departed Natal for Recife in the comfort of an air conditioned bus with the best WiFi we've had since arriving in Brazil. The early morning departure was made all the more bearable by the spacious and comfortable seats which make any bus in England look third world, so we sat back and enjoyed the four and half hour journey down the coast to Recife.
Junior Lewis was on top of the research and wasn't flustered by the bus station in Recife being miles and miles outside of the ...
... excited about the success of U.S. team. But we have also always championed the growth of the small soccer nations, and are also purists who love good quality Futbol. In my excitement down here, I almost forgot that this is my brother’s absolutely first world cup. Or let me say that the Ivory Coast v Japan match was the very first world cup match that my brother has attended live. This would ...
... What a small world. I coached Matt Grady on my WJ High School team as w ell." This revelation was just fitting into the general theme. Sebastian and Matt were teammates at St Mary's college. Matt Grady and Lucas Szabo were stars for my high school team that I coached at Walter Johnson. The world is small...the soccer world is even smaller!!!
The excitement of a world cup is real. As I told many friends after the South Africa world cup, ...
We woke up very early this morning; around 5.00am in fact. We had already noticed that the sun rose much earlier south of the Equator than it does in the North (even in the tropics) at this time of year. Of course, the reverse would be true if this were July instead of January.
From our vantage point on our balcony we could watch as the Arcadia approached the port of Recife, in the Pernambuco state of Brazil. I love ...