Brasilia Palace Hotel
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... and the Cathedral. And I in particular enjoyed the artisanal market and wanted to buy everything. Oh if only I had a house to put all these wonderful pieces of art work I'm finding.
Jussara and her fiance Romulo will be getting married in September and I would like to wish them all the luck and love in the world. You are beautiful people who made our stay in Brasilia so welcoming and special. Thank you, bless ...
... read below about the library!)
SDN/SDS - Entertainment sector (read: shopping)
SHN/SHS - Hotel sector
SHTN - Tourist hotel sector
SMHN/SMHS - Hospital sector
SQN/SQS/SQSW - 'Superquadras' (residencial sectors)
but no real restaurant/going out sector!!! Every block seems to have one or two restaurants and every mall has got a food court, but forget the cute area by the water for going out.
Also, forget about ...
... happening where othes flew to Brasilia for, and I coincidentally was there just then.- Also a animated film festival going on
- I wanted to go to Pirenopolis, a cute colonial town, and just the last weekend that I could, this girl, Mayara, had to go there 2 days for her school, she took me and hosted her in her apartment there, and she happened to be a gastronomy student so she cooked for me :)
This has been a row of crazy lucky timings... It's ...
... All very impressive - as per lengthy explanation in paragraph 1!
Mixed emotions leaving the next day: sad to leave Brasilia as we did enjoy it, although staying longer would become boring as we had had the experience now. ECSTATIC to get out of the garage and also very happy to not be taking a 18 hour bus but instead a flight to Rio!!
WOOOHOOOO!!! One of the definite highlights of the trip is upon us and we can hardly wait!
... day, after catching up on lost sleep, I headed out to explore Jeri... My first and lasting impression was paradise. There are sandy white beaches, a huge dune called the duna de la puesta de sol, all the streets are sand and itīs a very easy place to relax and meet people. On my first day I met an Aussie guy that was just starting his trip and a Dutch couple now living in the Caribbean. I went for a little trek to a large rock in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service