Brasilia Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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At breakfast this morning I found out that camping might have been the better option. Those that stayed in the hostel said their rooms were really hot because they couldn't have the windows opened due to the mosquitoes and some mosquitoes were still in the rooms so they didn't sleep well. I had no mosquitoes and it cooled off nicely in the tent so I slept well. I got up early to go for a run. I'm trying to get in exercise each day, especially on the long ...
As we drove to our next 'sight' we were told that after the forest was cut down to create the city, trees were brought to Brasilia from all over Brazil to be planted, so now it doesn't matter what time of year it is, you will always find a tree with fruit or flowers somewhere in the city!
Next stop - the Cathedral. This is probably one of the most ...
... stop, we have made friends with other fans who have shared their advice on things to do and places to eat. In Recife, we sat next to a group of Norwegians at dinner one night, shared a cab with them to watch the US game at a local bar (which was full and wouldn't let us in), ran into them at the stadium and in town. In Manaus, we made friends with a family from Cherry Hill and an international family (she is Canadian, he is Dutch, ...
... the kids - some would say re-learned - how to enjoy and embrace every moment without taking myself too seriously or compromising today for tomorrow. Also, I've learned the value of focusing on togetherness and on giving and receiving full attention, care and love with no higher purpose than just enjoying each other's company and having fun. And I've learned the power of being foolishly creative without fear of making mistakes or getting unbiased ...
... Tourist agencies only know what you can do OUTSIDE of Brasilia, but they can't even tell you how you can do a city tour.
And if you live there, you might want to find a house close to the school and hospital sectors...
Fourth: this is the ultimate concrete jungle. Everything is made out of concrete. Buildings, fountains, monuments, roads, bridges, fences etc. The problem is that, 50 years later, most of that concrete looks dark, dirty and ...