Dorisol Recife Grand Hotel
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... a was certainly a new experience for us both. Thanks so much Seve and Karmen for your hospitality and for giving us the first normal Friday night dinner at someone’s house for a very very long time.
Our other trip from Recife was to the small town of Olinda, another place that we would have missed were it not for some great advice. Olinda is just 20 minutes outside Recife and is still a shark danger zone so you definitely avoid the beaches here, ...
... of photos and even an interview with Greek TV. Meanwhile, I mustered enough energy to watch extra time and penalties in the hostel and saw Greece's 'run' come to an end at the expense of Costa Rica. Probably a victory for football but a slap in the face of a prospective Toga Day III. The only other incidents of note before we left the hostel were a bizarre supermarket system that required checkout personnel being assisted by other staff on rollerskates and an ...
... matchup of USA and Portugal on Sunday. Recife has been swell, and we're sad to leave it behind. But unlike the English national team, we must advance. (Sorry, Ed.) We'll see you in Rio! Today's fan power rankings: 1) Los Ticos! Their presence at the game was massive and their passionate songs (including rounds of "Sí se puede") boomed through the arena and lasted for hours after. 2) Brazil. In particular, the Brazilian club team Sport Club do Recife. ...
... we heard this crazy screaming. When we looked over, there was Carlos and the boys screaming because they found us and, of course, they were out of their minds they were so happy! Once we got the gang got together we proceeded to leave the stadium stopping every few minutes because of a distraction or celebration. There were these guys who dressed in traditional women's Costa Rican outfits with peasant blouses and skirts with the colors of their flag, participating in ...
... pass from his doctor he decided to put his political feelings aside and join us for the love of the great game.
It was set. The ticket names were changed on the website and now all we needed to do was make the 3 hour car journey to Recife to collect them.
We set off early Saturday morning, in two cars, hoping to beat the crazy traffic and heat of Recife. On the long, straight road that heads toward the east coast we saw all ...