Carlton Hotel Brasilia
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... next morning and drive the Transpantaneira independently.
Said and done, the next morning we put on our backpacks and headed back to the airport where we quickly found a rental company. After some paperwork we then set off in our white little Volkswagen Golf, or Gol as it is called here. We suppose three letters are cheaper than four. We were a little worried about the traffic in Brazil since people really drive like idiots sometimes, but it went smoothly and with ...
... them had 24 large apartments while the other one had 96. Often these apartment buildings are built on stilts so that you can walk underneath creating the notion of more open space. The city has a wide diversity of nationalities with 192 embassies being located in the city. The guide mentioned that there was also almost every religion also due to all the diversity. He said this makes the city quite unique because the culture is very mixed just based on ...
... the nearest we could find was the solitary eagle, from the tuft on its head and it's hooked beak.
Breakfast was quite leisurely, and as soon as we had packed the tents and breakfast stuff away, we headed back in the road - we had 300km to Brasilia.
The journey was pretty uneventful, ...
... shopping centers instead.
A couple of k's later we find a mall complete with food hall and phone accessory shop so we can recharge on all fronts.
We return to our hotel to plug in and power up before making towards the stadium.
Another couple of k's later we are staring at 500meter queues to get into the gates and after doing some quick calculation realise if we get on the end of the line we will miss at least the start of the game and probably the first half.
... is how everyone sports. At night I went running and I never had so much company, hundreds of other people were running also. And they have the "playgrounds for grownups", fitness equipments everywhere, open to use for free by anyone. Great!
Brasilia is also very green, like 1 big park. The advantage of being planned! Although I arrived in the dryseason, sadly, I heard it is beautiful after rain. Instead I saw little random fires everywhere.
I had to be in this ...