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... 160; July 6th: Time to take our final excruciatingly long bus ride to Rio (20hours). We missed a lot of the other building structures in Brasilia as we only had 3 hours the day before. Our host on airbnb who had previously offered to send us to the bus station was so nice. She drove us around Brasilia to look at the places we missed an hour and a half before our bus ride. We were extremely grateful for ...
But I think I could figure those things out. I might give it a shot in the future. I think it would be nice to live near my family for a little. Plus, the weather thing’s not a joke. Cold weather does bad things to my state of mind.
On a side note, I was very blessed with the church I saw in Anapolis. Breaks are generally hard for me to stay focused, but God’s shown that he is able to show himself to me no ...
... was built for the rich and while 12 Lanes roads and no Traffic Lights on the Main axis are nice , the hunderttausends of People still need need to come an go , since they live in Satelite City's around Brasilia and have to commute every Day in and out.
The Cathedral built between 1958 & 1960 is nice and currently the surrounding get an renovation.
The City is very busy with all the Goverment workers heading to their Cubicle every ...
Brasiliaia was our next stop after a 2 hour flight from Rio. It is truly a new and modern capitol having been the brain child of J. Kubischeck, the president of Brazil with the help of Oscar Niemeyer .Kubitschek visited Niemeyer in 1956 with this idea to build a new capital . Behind the construction of Brasília lay a monumental campaign to construct an entire city in the barren center of the country, hundreds ...
... Bosco – thousands of small various shades of blue and purple stained glass which gave the church this very beautiful lighting.
We are leaving Brasilia today – unless you’re an architecture guru, all you need is a couple of days to tour the city. And although some people knock it, we are glad that we came to check it out. We haven’t been to a city like this before in our travels – and it definitely stands ...