Hotel Dan Inn
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... and got a taxi some five hours before kick off to the one restaurant/bar within a few miles of the stadium to watch the day's earlier match between Holland and Mexico. We also didn't fancy two buses and two metros dressed in what are effectively dresses.
We arrived at the restaurant and were instantly asked for obligatory photos by the locals and Costa Ricans to which we duly obliged and settled down to watch the match. I wasn't ...
We've finished our first full day in Brazil and it was a full day. Last night, Christy and Evan arrived and we went across the street from our hotel for dinner and to watch the US/Portugal game. Nothing was in English so we did a combination of guessing and pointing out food on other people's tables to order. It was delicious. Of course it was a disappointment that the US lost their lead with just a few seconds to go, but a tie is better than a ...
... which made things super easy for us. Sam could interpret the computer enough to see our 11am bus slowly sell out just as we stepped up to the window. Our new bus would leave at 3pm. So we had 4 hours, huge backpacks, and nothing interesting within walking distance to pass the time. UNTIL a young woman on line behind us spotted us and called our names. This was Sam from Cincinnati, here in Brazil with her very English boyfriend, Ed. They were sitting directly in front of us at ...
... 3:50 take my round trip ticket home back to Mcallen. 6:43 stop at rio de Janeiro Layover there for 2 h & 27 mins.Leave Janeiro at 9:10Land at houston at 5:30 am overnight flight7:15 houston to Mcallen Land at Mcallen at 8:32 head home ...
... up going without me but eventually we got reconnected.
Our next stop was the San Antonio Church to visit the "Golden Chapel" which is covered in 24k gold. It is so mind blowing to see all this wealth and just outside the door people are begging and sleeping on the street. Sometime I find this too much to comprehend as we have seen this many time throughout our travels.
Our next stop is the Casa de Cultura which was a prison at ...