Comfort Hotel Taguatinga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... fortunate to be hosted by family members who are currently based here, in a tiny upmarket suburb called Lago Sul (which means South of the Lake). One of Brasilia's landmarks is the huge artificial lake called Lago do Paranoá (Lake Paranoá), which was built in order to increase water supply to the area. Most of the suburbs in Brasilia are named according to their position relative to the lake (north, south, east or west). Our stay here has been ...
... exiting arrivals we found everything geared to getting fans to the stadium, and everyone around heading there! Except us... at least for the game. As the local tour buses were not running today due to the game (and therefore the main justification/ plan for this side trip when booking) we jumped on the tourist bus into town and decided to check out the airplane shaped city on foot. After roughly finding ourselves on a tourist map I'd picked up in the airport we headed for ...
... apple sauce, it didn't hurt to have the morning sun on my skin and the brazilian breeze through my hair.
In the afternoon Marn and I picked up Bert from work and went for lunch to have some frozen acai, then drove around to take in some of the sights, land marks and famous architecture. Picked up Mateo and Gabriel from school and took in the last bit of their soccer game.
Marnie and Bert treated me to dinner tonight, where we went to a restaurant for churrasco, ...
... m., we were all straightened away and made our 1-hour, 30-minute flight to Cuiaba.
They rolled out the red carpet for us (no, literally, there was a red carpet when you descended from the aircraft to the tarmac of the airstrip)!
Our gracious hosts came to pick us up at the airport, and took us for lunch at buffet where the cost is ...
Brasilia is ok, different to the other cities that I've seen so far,
almost European like, but there just isn't much here! I am intrigued
though, as to how it developed and grew and I wonder what it will look
like in another 50 years, as our population continues to explode.
Brasilia is only 50 years old, not much hey? It must have been
developed over the cerrado too, or at the very least a very biodiverse,
rich environment; from the ...