LG Inn Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... tickets and were on the first of two metros needed to reach the stadium. We bypassed Joana Bezzera and changed at the next stop along for another gruelling journey surrounded by fans eager to make the fast approaching kick off. Our journey wasn't over once off the second metro, we followed the hordes onto organised buses for the remaining 3km journey. As we got off the buses the stadium was not in sight and we had another fifteen minute walk in the rain to deal with. It now looked like ...
We arrived in Recife, dropped our car off at the rental agency, then had about 5 different people helping us to get a taxi that would fit all 4 of us and our gear in. Like actually helpful (i.e. not expecting money for helping) which was really cool. We got in the taxi and told the driver the name of the hotel - Eagle-eye Belinda was checking her GPS in the back of the taxi and got Ben to inform him we were heading the wrong way - it took ...
... in her eye to care about us, our tickets, or who we were pretending to be. Like the Netherlands after beating Australia, we were IN!! The game itself was okay. Costa Rica played great, with sharp passing and a relentlessness up front that won them a goal against Italy. The former World Cup champions, however, looked sluggish and uninspired, barely moving the ball down the field. Being there for that win was pretty incredible, with the humble island of Costa ...
... water is very warm, no one swims on the city beaches as there are a lot of shark attacks, apparently the second most in the world.The sharks only arrived in the last 20 years as a result of the port which was built just up the coast and affected their habitat. It is now a bit of a joke in the city and there are t shirts with sharks on and people taking pictures under the warning signs. As it was the rainy season, we were really lucky with the weather and spent ...
... amazed to see people (young and old alike) just asleep on the pavement or in shop doorways. Quiet Recife was not!! :-)
Our first stop was to the local bank, to use the ATM machine and withdraw some of the local currency, the Brazilian Real (or rea´s in the plural). We spent some time browsing the shops and stalls. Every other shop seemed to be selling curtains, sheets and bedding, and there were also a lot of shoe ...