Hotel Dan Inn
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... nearby mall to park. From there we all walked down to the stadium. Folks were chanting and dressed in their colors – mostly red, white and blue. They were also dressed in all sorts of costumes with their faces painted. This was going to be a good day. So many Americans had traveled to support their team that we would dominate the 40, 000 seat stadium. And just like the flight over, I would hear someone shout out "Mike ...
... find the right dial tune and the volume would steadily be pumped up! Rakim would be happy!!
We met Emmett and Irv at the apartment, and would meet Denise, the owner, shortly thereafter. And what a lovely place it is. Spacious enough for all 8 of us, a balcony with glass windows that open up to a wonderful view of the beach. This could easily be described as paradise, as we would find ...
... Ticos once more, but this time it was for good. But it was so great to find them and to be able to celebrate that moment with them! It made the day complete. We made it to our little inn in Olinda which is this little historic artsy town that sits right outside of Recife. Recife is a bustling city that is really big, not safe, and from what we could see not pretty. But keep in mind we chose not to spend much time exploring to see if our first impression was incorrect. I ...
... seem sleepy in comparison! The energy is life-affirming and frenetic.
The night also included many professional frevo dancers. I like to describe frevo dancing as cheerleading-style jumping with acrobatics while passing a multi-colored open umbrella under and over the legs. Oh yeah, and they also pop down into squats, jumping up into the ...
... buildings shades of bright green, blue, mustard, fuscia pink – you name it, we saw it. We went into 2 churches – the first a very old monastery, the Sao Bento Monastery – once again unexpectedly beautiful inside. Painted on the ceiling was the emblem of the Saint Benedict monks. The second church was a Cathedral. All the churches in the surrounding area are built facing it. Apparently when the Dutch occupied Recife and ruled for 24 years, they ...