Hotel Catharina Paraguacu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were probably about ten percent of the crowd, went wild. As did everybody else!
By the time the final whistle blew, so the wind had blown away the rain. The now thinning crowd provided a great opportunity for nature's natural blow-dry. A beautifully warm wind, of the kind rarely felt in England. I went from soaked to damp in matter of minutes. I had an idea of which hostel I wanted to stay in but had decided not to book in order to retain flexibility ...
... and tambourines and all types of percussion instruments galore. And sitting on a little stool was this old, greying gentlemen stretching leather over some carved wood to make another masterpiece of a drum. I must admit, it was the best display of drum craftsmanship that I had ever seen. And the awards and articles that adorned the walls were testament to the fact that we had stumbled upon a sort of living legend. He paid us little mind when we first ...
... just thirty minutes’ walk from the new Fonte Nova Stadium, built to house Salvador's 2014 Cupo de Mundo (World Cup), was trying to clean itself up in preparation for the games less than two weeks away. The police presence was palpable, with armed officers on every corner. What exactly they were doing other than hanging out, however, I cannot say. We sat at an ice cream shop with two officers practicing their English with us just ...
... and make plans to fly out next week. Interesting day tying things up with a very colorful ride to the other marina an hours bus ride away. Salvador comes across as very third world with decayed construction,houses pavements and roads. Marc says it is worse than the ...
... or Salsa played loudly.
In this case, it is the latter. To add to the auditory torture. I am
listening to Beatles songs done in the stylings of Samba.
At the risk of offending every remaining person who I haven’t offended
in this post by my musical tastes, I suggest we put a 25 moratorium on
the Beatles. Its coming up on 50 years old, been heard millions of times
and the only ...