Pestana Convento do Carmo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we weren't ***** looking for anyone else. The city itself is historically important for Brazil but once you move outside the old town it's a bit of a dump. We walked for hours while Anderson talked a lot. The majority of it being complete *****. He's definitely the Brazillian version of Emmo McMahon. Unlike Anderson, Emmo actually has a gift for talking *****. If you have a ten minute conversation with Emmo you will come out of it having learned nothing but a hilarious ...
... percussion and all kinds of rhythms and styles, and the bands parade between "Camarote" boxes on one side and the beach on the other. Options to participate are either by watching from the camarote boxes, or purchasing an "abadá" shirt to join a group that accompanies one of the bands throughout the parade. One can expect to have a lot of fun if they vacation in Salvador, Brazil during Carnival. Salvador also has many other attractions that tourists ...
... on one side of me and once Giles had nicked my seat, a Mexican on the other. My encounter with the Mexican summed up what the World Cup is all about. He spoke very little English and my Spanish can be described as basic at best. He fulfilled every Mexican stereotype, sombrero, poncho, Mexican shirt and moustache. Every time Arjen Robben touched the ball he booed and waved his arms around, to get on his side I made a diving gesture which he enjoyed a great deal. We ...
... of the north are super nice. I think the fact that i can talk to people gives me a great advantage. Anyway I'm going to enjoy are 4 days here. It's sweaty hot and I'm constantly wetting my hair. I hear great music down the street so must go. I'll post some pics once I take a few. Até ...
... is famous for capoeira, samba and for the food. And boy the food is DELICIOUS! In Rio, I ate a lot of **** like pastel and salgadas (like pasties) so really welcomed eating decent African inspired cuisine. I tried acaraje (falafel / spicy shrimp thing), moqueca (yummy fish curry) and finally had an acai (a berry grown here which they freeze,like ice cream, and you have with banana, granola etc). As ...