Golden Beach Flats
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I am doing some more upfront work for you ) ...this is a place that is probably not on anyone's Bucket List...best to leave it 'in the bucket'...the skyline looked quite impressive from afar...but again, far from good.
Finished off the day with a another nice dinner at Polo Grill with our friends Jim and Diane.
Tomorrow, we arrive in Salvador, Brazil ( I am told it is much ...
... leaving the hotel, to make matters worse, roads were now becoming impassable and we were forced to wade through shin-deep water before a bus picked us up and headed for the metro station.
We were greeted by a huge queue at the metro station as hundreds of drenched Americans and Germans queued up for tickets in a uncomfortable and dangerously small space. Full marks to both sets of fans for not causing a fuss or a panic which would have only led to a disaster. After half an hour ...
... located Arena Pernumbuco. Here it was: our moment of truth. FIFA's ticketing system was complicated, with microchips buried inside tickets to distinguish real from fake and printed names/ID numbers to discourage fakers. Were our tickets real? Would Sara and Sam Gold pass as brothers Ricardo and Josue Mascorro? Would we get thrown into World Cup jail? (We're pretty sure that's a thing.) we stepped up to the ticket-taker....and she was too busy rubbing ...
... was here before, the bar has upgraded from chairs on the street to chairs in a room and it is still really good. The joke among Eduardo's friends though, is that it is really rough, dirty and dangerous. 2 good brazilian sayings we learned were: If you're in the ****, spread your fingers; What's a **** when you are in deep ****. We spent a couple of nights at a local beach and small town just outside Recife called Porto de Galinhas, where you can actually swim. ...
... Latin America.
Once over the bridge we found ourselves in a maze of busy streets, our ears nearly deafened by the up-tempo Latin music blaring out of ghetto-blasters. The streets thronged with people and the cries of the vendors competed with the cacophony of music. Several times cyclists rode by with huge sound systems blasting out recorded advertising messages through megaphones which added to the din. Despite this, ...