Brasilia Palace Hotel
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... Govern Brasil.
The affluent People live up on the Hills to East and all their Houses are Guarded with Security ,High walls with Electric Wires , Video Surveilance and some have even armed Guards, its the old dilemma , first you have to work hard to make something and afterwards even harder to keep it , not be taken away either by scumbag's Thieves or by legalized Goverment Tieves in form of Taxes or other Fees.......
Its a Golden ...
... that I think I'll go in person to the Brazilian consulate in Buenos Aires this week just to make sure. I then proceeded to pick up my bag from the carousel to take it through. I'm more savvy than I was the first time I entered Brazil. The first time I brought a computer and said it was a gift since I had brought it for someone else. So I was taxed about $100. This time they asked me one question: "Do you have any ...
... city that they had to resort to decimals?! – or is it just keeping with the whole overall modern theme? Although there are some tall buildings in the city, nothing is skyscraper-tall so that you can always see the sky – which sometimes seems like it had been painted – again check out the pics!
We had a few favorite buildings. #1 Congresso Nacional – as the name suggests, this is the home of Brazil’s ...
... pedestrian too. Try crossing a 6 lane road when there's no pedestrian crossing. It's like playing a game of chicken. This is sort of understandable for the 1960's, the car was becoming more affordable so becoming more widely used. The Architect's sort of got it right in a way. I'm not letting them off the hook though, they should of considered more public transport options. Buses are the only option but that's the same across most of Brazil. Brasilia's design was based on an ...
... the water below... My feet were a little too well strapped and I managed to take a spill and break the fifth metatarsal in my right foot. It swelled pretty bad but I stuck ice on it for the next day and have been taking Naproxen ever since. As a result I wasn´t able to take the last 2 hours of my kiteboarding classes... Something I will definitely pick up when I next get the chance. My foot is still swollen but Ill get it checked ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility