Blue Tree Towers Recife
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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My second impression of Salvador was much better than the first thanks to a local student who played private tour guide for a free beer today. In the evening I flew to Recife where I will spend two nights in Orlinda, a small colonial town. The flight attendant suggested that I spend at least one day at one of the beautiful beaches in the South. I just have two weeks left in Brazil but I'm already sure that I will come back to this great country ...
This game involved our first live penalty shoot out. It was intense and I have a whole new level of respect for goal keepers. That is a horrible job when it gets down to that point. Perry also had a lovely time chanting all the Costa Rican songs. Since England has gone home he has become a proper Costa Rican fan. I'm pretty sure we all know them off by heart now because the crowd was very much there in support of the "Ticos" as they call ...
... the west African religion of the slaves and it also included a demonstration of capoeira. It was a bright and colour full display of the word hoppers and several of the different gods that are represented by different colours. The women of the group,especially enjoyed the part of the show were the very athletic young males came out dressed in front and back loin clothes and proceeded to leap about the stage. Sadly no photos or videos we're allowed during any of the ...
... astutely commented, “When one looks up at these beautiful buildings it is amazing, but then when you lower your eyes and see the homelessness, litter and broken down pavements, it's incongruent”. We experienced this everywhere, – brand new shopping centres on one side of the bridge as ones crossing, shanty houses on the other. That said, Recife is a vibrant and bustling place and we thoroughly enjoyed our day there. It has a history of American ...
... luggages from the pousada and head for the bus station by cab. It was soooo expensive. Next time we should take a bus ;/ the bus for joao pessoa was nice and short.. The pousada is **** again. We went for dinner in place where they serve night coffe.. Soups and tapioca! Good and cheap ;) we walked a bit around the waterfront to see the mood of the ...