Carlton Hotel Brasilia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is at its peak. You either jump or back out. You take that fear and turn it in to something else. Something positive. Something that's only possible to achieve after you jump. The fear becomes becomes adrenaline, exhilaration, confidence, and satisfaction all rolled in to one. Non of this would exist without that moment of fear. You just have to choose what you do with it. This is what makes feel alive. This is living. This is life. Get on it and enjoy the ride.
Wake up and it is another gorgeous day in our neck of the woods. 80 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. After showering, we head down to the hotel restaurant for the included breakfast. An actually decent buffet, including good scrambled eggs, something you don't usually see at buffets anywhere, including in the US. After getting sufficiently full, we head back up to the room to pre-game before the Portugal/Ghana game. ...
... I am. I’ve been blessed through sermons and testimonies and family. We serve a great God, do we not?
Prayers right now are for the World Cup. I know that seems weird, but it’s a *really* big deal here. It’s not just a game anymore. A lot could go wrong, and a lot could go well. I think most Brazilians are kind of afraid of the World Cup right now. They’re afraid it will go wrong that that it’ll look bad to ...
... 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 ...
... It’s all very unique and probably quite efficient, but not a city you are likely to fall in love with. I haven’t.
I had a grand view from my 12th floor balcony at the Hotel Bristol, but although I had planned to stay three nights, I decided to leave after two, and left this morning for a three hour bus ride to Pirenopolis, a small colonial town founded in 1727, about 330 years before the capital which now over-shadows it, about 150km to the north-east.