Boulevard Plaza Hotel Belo Horizonte
Travel Blogs from Belo Horizonte
... of Belo at the foot of the mountains. Google image that ****. Unfortunately the start was early on Sunday but it meant we had time to climb the main mountain on our first day. The mountain proved rather deceptive and later than imagined we found ourselves on a perilous steep ascent. Rocks were tumbling around us and tempers were fraying. This, however, pales in comparison to the feeling of elation we had upon reaching the summit. Incredible view - photos are there.
... they scored! But after 90 min Brazil came on top and headed to the next round. That evening, slightly tipsy, we all headed to the night bus to Belo Horizonte. After an organizational nightmare, we finally got on and six hours later, blurry eyed and a little hungover we arrived. We had a few hours to kill before the game so hung out at Marcela's aunts place, as she served coffee and talked to us as if we all spoke fluent Portuguese! We sat there smiled and ...
... to help us if we looked lost, or just if we had a map or looked foreign, they wanted to stop and chat. Some guy bought us the local delicacy while we were stood next to him at the bar, it was kidney cooked in onions and a strange green vegetable I've never seen but is kind of like a tiny courgette, oh my word it was delicious. I've never had kidney before, it always sounded a bit gross. But it was amazing. So, so good. We ales ...
... Met up with a group of lads who brought our tix from the uk, Jt was in his element chatting football and we could drink during the game. Followed the crowds after by getting a bus to Sanaa's where the party happens. Ended up at a street party watching the Columbia game on outside Tv's with live music and food. Had an early flight the next day to Fortaleza which is the ...
... night! Dinner options weren't great so we scoffed a McDonald's after the longest wait ever, it was soooo good!!! The city itself is REALLY nice! A decent sized centre that you can comfortably stroll around and with the sun shining the many little parks surrounded by nice buildings give the city a welcoming feel. It also felt safe so were glad to be here having had enough of São Paulo. We explored the city and enjoyed the old town which is centred around Liberdade, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center