Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... after was a bit more dramatic. When we came back from the breakfast our room had been cleaned, and we got a bit nervous since our moneybelts were on the table. When checking the contents Kajsa found 40 dollars were missing in hers that had been there the day before. We went to the manager of the hotel, who gave us the money back after checking the security cameras where the cleaning lady acted generally suspicious. She went into our room just after we went for breakfast and ...
... It is changed on the first Sunday of every month in a little ceremony. We entered into Lucio Costa Hall. Here we found a model of the city from the 1980s. There were also a few pictures of the area before the city was built. Literally all there as before was two intersecting highways running through the savannah. They cleared all the savannah and built the city. We learned about how the city is structured. The city stretches along two perpendicular axes, ...
... br> After a quick stop at the Alvorada Palace, the Presidents residence, we headed back into the centre, where our final stop was the TV Tower. After a little shopping we took the free lift to the observation platform, which gave a great view over Brasillia, towards the lagoon in one direction and back over the stadium in the other.
After a kilo lunch we headed back to the ...
... next was fantastic. The driver pulls somebody out from the next hostel. We helped push the car out of the street. Then we pushed the car back into the street whilst the driver jumped the engine! The taxi roared to life and although it sounded like Volvo coming to the end of its life, it took us to Saint Dumont! Boarding was simple. And our adventure to Brasilia begins... ...
... getting there. I want to make a sustainable living that'll allow me to contribute in a meaningful way and have impact in changing things to the better. A model week would be working three days a week and continuing doing volunteering work with underprivileged kids two days a week. Probably with a nice city in Latin America as my base. I'll keep you posted individually, as I further develop my thoughts. First, I'll focus on enjoying my current retreat ...