Golden Beach Flats
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... tickets that Dan Segal’s friend had arranged for me. She was at the FIFA headquarters hotel, as we would find out. That meant we had to navigate heavy security. We then went to grab lunch and watch the first match, which was the Germany v. Portugal match. We watched it at a Brazilian eatery that had fabulous food and was filled with folks, locals and visitors alike, who were watching the match. The Ghanaian fans were ...
... Because we were going so quickly, Bruce would direct Jorge to go right or left, then I would relay it to the car behind us, so they could anticipate our next move. It was a highly effective operation, until we realized that when we got to the freeway entrance we realized we didn't get far enough down the highway to surpass the blockade. So we had to reroute once more repeating the same journey, but go further through the favelas to get to the stadium. This second ...
... it seems like our last option is go to Arena Pernumbuco and buy them off of people selling in the streets. We're prepared for a long day tomorrow. Fan power rankings today: It's all England. We love them so much. Even when they're going down, they go down fighting (the fans, at least, if not so much the players). We're definitely going to miss them in this tournament. After so many years of World Cup heartbreak, we wish they could catch a break. Better luck next time, England. We salute ...
... one of my Pandora stations is named after him. I proceeded to watch Spok work with him on last minute adjustments to arrangements.
He arranged with Marcos & Tito to get me a backstage pass and also a palco (stage pass). These were both very much in demand, and I was beyond gratitude to spend this momentous day watching an incredible ...
... on a good day, so we were grateful to get back into our air-conditioned bus for the next part of the tour. We were also grateful to have not a “room with a view” but a “bus with a loo”. This is the first time we have had one of those, but given the scarcity and sometimes nature of the loos, this was a welcome bonus. We drove past a park called May 13th Park – my birthday I must point out – it was named May ...