Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
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... with the beautiful scene set by the bright sun light reflecting off the clear waters. The cavern surrounding the pool provided a little shade and plenty of places to jump. There were many points at various heights to jump from. A jump from a lower level was perfect to begin with to build some confidence.
With some confidence in the bag it was time to tackle one of the bigger jumps. I'd jumped from this height before. However, that didn't stop the adrenaline ...
... France and Germany instead of going out to do sightseeing. That meant we had to rush through the next day right after our 1pm game (which ended at 3pm) to do that as we had to leave at 12.30pm the following day back to Rio. Dinner was at a nearby family restaurant which served the yummiest dish ever called "Bife a Palito. It was only R$20 for a huge sizzling plate of beef strips and caramalized ...
... Every residential area looks the same and is next to a commercial area, which all look the same. There are
monuments and lakes and palm trees. It’s beautiful, but not in the same way Anapolis is.
Goias in general is beautiful. I spent most of the three hour drive to Brasilia thinking about how glad I am that I’m part of this particular state in Brazil. I spend the rest of the drive thinking about how much I’m going to ...
... and Park the Airplane in Geraldo's Hangar next to the Antic Antonov 2 .
Nelson built this Place in an Natural Park and it is a small Fly-inn Community with a very relaxed Atmosphere , they have Antonov's , Stearman , Birdog , Helicopters and many other Aircraft based here.
Margis& Gerards Place is really nice , 10 minutes away from Downtown Brasil Capital Brasilia up onthe Hills to the east and its very quiet and Peacefull, ...
... that I think I'll go in person to the Brazilian consulate in Buenos Aires this week just to make sure. I then proceeded to pick up my bag from the carousel to take it through. I'm more savvy than I was the first time I entered Brazil. The first time I brought a computer and said it was a gift since I had brought it for someone else. So I was taxed about $100. This time they asked me one question: "Do you have any ...