Hotel Catharina Paraguacu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at just the sight of any inclines we made it safely back to our hotel, what a journey!
The next day we explored the port area of Barra, so very different to the old city, with a busy beach, people walking, cycling, skateboarding and just enjoying life along the promenade. Barra had a huge shopping mall which was such a stark contrast to what we had seen the previous day, you can only wonder what buildings once stood where it does now! Despite the high ...
... black mannequin heads dressed in random items, such as a telephone or clothing iron. In the middle of the room, many cushioned swings for sitting were set up. The third floor, my favorite floor, was a room with more swings. I noticed everyone was wearing really cool hats. I was confused at first until I realized there were hats everywhere. On the walls, on shelves, hanging from the ceiling, everywhere. They were all there for sale but could be tried on as well. ...
... Right by there was this place ehere Vini took Carol for their one year anniversary, the restaurant, so we looked around there and that was cool and historic. After that, we went to a modern art museum nearby. The house itself was super cool. It had this old elevator and awesome at architecture. Vini and I talked about art and how, basically, in the words of John Green, "books belong to their readers" Do no matter what the artist intended, it really is up your interpretation. For ...
... assume that Paulinha had been drafted in to cover an extra shift or two during the World Cup, but the fact that she was taken to one side and given a stern telling off afterwards implies she might not be there for the long haul. A group of Belgians on the next table looked on in astonishment and reluctantly opted to stay and sample the food. The day of the game arrived (Tuesday 1st) and I forced myself out of bed to go to the stadium as I couldn't stand missing ...
... the Fan Fest was not happening. We later learned that Fan Fest only runs on Brazil game days and days when Salvador is hosting a match. This has never been the case at other city's Fan Fests in any of the three World Cups Dennis has been to, and it's a real shame because the Fan Fest setting was spectacular, at the foot of the lighthouse. We found a nearby bar to watch the Algeria-Germany match at instead, then hopped into another cab to take us to ...