Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada
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... city centre. Brasilia is a very strange city - lots of new, tall, glass tower blocks, but no people!!! The bus station was obviously busy and so was the shopping mall, where we used the ATM (hooray, it worked!) but as soon as we left here, there were not many people around and it just seemed deserted, especially the roads! We wandered around for a while, but eventually we jumped into some taxis and they took us the the lagoon - this was more like it! ...
... here' was probably a six km walk.
we realise not just he, but other Brasilians hold JK- the founder of Brasilia- in more than just high esteem, but something closer to reverence.
That pilgrimage costs me dearly. The time taken means we are too knackered to see the beautiful church near our hotel. We make plans to go to our other hot tip, dinner at one of the many restaurants near the lake at sector north. After a long taxi ride we realise is not where we want to be, but ...
For me as an old Le Corbusier afficinado Brasilia is a must.... after having Visited Brasil more than 50 times but never been to Brasilia, it was time to come here.
For many Years and many Ferry Flights of Ximangos I knew about Gerard Moss, a Swiss / Brasilian who Cirumnavigated the Wolrd in a Ximango some years ago , he also knew about me doing all those Flights for Aeromot but we never met ..... but now I'm here in his House and we have a lot ...
... stayed 3 more
days at Brasilia to have party with Belen and Leo. On Friday night
Leo was mixing in a club and on Saturday it was his sister's
birthday. We had a great time there with a typical Brazilian party:
Fejouada, Capirinha, a band who was playing all the afternoon, some
samba and the Brazilian atmosphere. Such a great time to start
... this year in April – and we think they are gearing up for a big celebration because some of the buildings were undergoing a facelift. Brasilia was designed and built (within 4 years) during the 1950s – the government wanted to move the capital from Rio to a place literally in the center of the county. The city has some incredible architecture designed almost entirely by one guy: Oscar Niemeyer, who at over 100 years old is ...