Hotel Praia Da Sereia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I trust Vini and I know he drives them often, so I figured why not? I won't get another chance to do this. We drove around for probably an hour and it was soooo fun! We got back to the house and some other people we're there. We hung out with them for a little bit by the beach and then we went back to Carol's house to shower and get ready for church.
The drive to church consisted of I think 8 people in a car that fits 4 comfortably. That seems to be quite commonplace ...
... successful, psyched out the nervous Tico's and the keepers mind games and stubborn attitude seemed to really have made a difference when the Dutch walked away with the victory. One step closer to World Cup victory for that wonderful shade of orange.
We weren't planning on going to Salvador in Perry's grand plan...but I'm glad we did and if I ever forget it I think I would have forgotten a piece of myself..
Best place to watch a World Cup game (other than the stadium): Manaus’ theater square. Spectacular setting, and it turns into a party as soon as the games end
Best church: Salvador’s Igreja Sao Francisco. It was so different than all those Western European cathedrals. Olinda had a few churches come close, too.
Best restaurant: Tie between the francesinha place in Porto and the goat restaurant (Bode do No) ...
... plantations. The African culture is still celebrated widely here - the only Brasilian state with a negro population - and their religion is interwoven with the Catholicism that was enforced by the Portuguese. First stop was the church of Nosso Senhor do Bonfim, famed for its gold interior. Instead of being overawed by this opulence I, as usual find these displays offensive and hypocritical while the communities in their dioceses are living in absolute ...
Today we visited Salvador de Bahia. This is the third largest city in Brazil. It developed in the 16th century at first because of sugar cane and tobacco plantations and later on due to the discovery of gemstones and coffee plantations. The salve trade was also very important to the development of this city. At first the indigenous people and people expelled from Portugal were used as slaves. It turned out that they wouldn't work as hard as the ...