Boa Viagem Praia Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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In planning for the World Cup we had decided to get a bus between Natal and Refice as it would only take a little over 4 hours. A couple of days before the journey we made a trip to the bus station to get the tickets and got lucky as only one option remained. The bus in question departed early in the morning but that didn't deter us, unlike a group …
... was impressed by a local ordinance that requires all businesses over a certain size to buy and display local artists’ works. Next the bus took us to Olinda, the old capital located on one of seven hills (like Lisbon and Rome) around the city of Recife. The streets were made of very rough cobblestone and the old churches gave a beautiful view of the city below and the contrast of new ...
... pointed out the station we'd need to get off the metro at as we got on board with our bags. I should mention at this point that whilst the other three have fallen into the trap and into one of life's great myths that it's best to take a backpack travelling; I've taken the radical step and stuck two fingers up at travellers everywhere by bringing a suitcase. I'm incredibly happy with my decision after despising my backpack on my last travelling trip and so far there hasn't been a ...
... around the ground, completely divorced from the action on the pitch in front of us, as Brazil eventually overcame Cameroon a couple of thousand kilometres away in Brasilia. I was amused by a couple in front of me - they were sharing a set of earphones, but when Brazil scored, the guy jumped out of his seat, ripping the earphone from his partner's ear. Made for a good photo though.
Mexico won the game, so almost everyone ...
... our 4-hour time-killing had turned into a really good day (except for boy Sam's ATM excursion, but even that ended up with a victory). Now with enough dinheiro to get us back to the bus station and beyond, we started our Recife journey. Not much to say about the bus. It was super comfortable, with brilliant leg rest things that MegaBus and BoltBus should really investigate. It was supposed to take 3 hours but it was a 5-hour trip. Sara slept for about 3 hours and then was ...