Holiday Inn Express Sumare Ave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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Day 1: Well Rio, it's been real! But off to Sao Paulo we go! Luckily there was a public bus from our hotel that took us straight to the bus terminal. Our bus left Rio at about 10:45 AM so we wanted to be at the bus station by 9:45 AM. After getting a bit lost with the public bus, we finally made it. The bus terminal was huge with hundreds of buses …
... Cana, Mexico was good. However, despite my itinerary changing, we did wind up stopping in Caracas, Venezuela. But only to let people on and off; I didn't have to leave my seat. Speaking of my seat, I was supposed to have a window seat but this lady asked if I wouldn't mind trading her husband who was like fifteen rows up, on an aisle seat. I said yes. Oh, I feel like I should mention the awesome fact that this whole exchange was in Portuguese. (I won't mention how many ...
... liked one of their chants. Since I got my tickets through FIFA and not the fa our tickets were in a neutral section which happened to be directly opposite the England fans and the tier below us was Uruguay fans. This was slightly displeasing and after a few minutes contemplation I suggested to Leon that we make an effort to get to the England fans section as the security in the stadium was rather lax once you were in there. He went for it and we made a pilgrimage the ...
... to the hotel to watch Brazil v Cameroon.
As you can see a lot of football - we have two days off till our next match which is Belgium v Korea so I am hoping to get to see some of the town and maybe even a museum or two and the Botanical Gardens which may have a bonsai section - life is rough on holidays!!
I have loaded a few photos to give you a flavor of Copa 2014 and will update more information in a few days.
... We spent a lot of time walking around and taking the train between the various different suburbs. One of them was a popular area for art and street art, one was the main CBD with lots of old buildings, another area was for nightlife etc etc
This was a building 35 storeys high and we were able to go right up to ...