Hotel Dan Inn
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... but it was just the first transport hurdle of the day. Hundreds of Americans, Germans and bemused Brazilians were in a huge queue for tickets that would grant you a return to the stadium. If England had been playing the whole system would've been absolute carnage, but to their credit the people around us generally acted in an orderly fashion and it only took around half an hour from start to finish. We then got two trains (at one point we were advised to avoid ...
... playing Brazilian music and American '90s hits like "Kiss Me" (the Sixpence None the Richer song from She's All That--come on, you remember) was the perfect backdrop to the meal. Getting drinks later, we found ourselves sitting next to Italian identical twins, resulting in another sibling photo. It's too bad we had such little time with Casey and Kris but we're really glad we met them. Tomorrow we fly back to Rio for the last leg of our World Cup journey and for ...
... 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 ...
... due to an accident ahead of us. This was really no surprise considering the volume and speed of the traffic and the size of the crater-like potholes everyone was dodging! What was a surprise (or just plain good luck) was the dirt road just to the side of us which took all the freeway traffic on a detour through sugar cane plantations. An extra hour of "sight-seeing" was added to our journey.
When we once again joined the freeway ...
... bottles of Pitú cost. I’d recently bought a 700ml bottle back home for £24.99 (outrageous!) so it would be interesting to compare the price. The litre bottle of Pitú was 6 reaïs, or two quid. So I could have bought a case of 12 bottles for my £24.99 and still had change left over!
After our bargain purchase we decided to take slow stroll back to the ship. Back over the bridge we were just in time to get ...