Hotel Praia Da Sereia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 8217;s definitely how I look. I’m supposed to go out and check out the last day of carnaval here tomorrow, but I’m really not looking forward to it. I might just take an hour or two and check out how different it is from Rio, and then get the heck out of there. From the sound of it, there are going to be way too many people for me to enjoy myself there ...
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... off, but I'm sure I will see her again. After 3 painful hours (Gloria de Deus!) we were home. Diogo still had a soccer game planned with friends, which I don't know how he did because he was as exhausted as I was. Nati, Mr. Rosaneli and I went out to eat for dinner, this place called Cine Burger. It was kind of American style, but better. Everything was movie themed. We sat outside and watched music videos while we ate. It was all so nice :) And ...
... it helps me practice and learn better pronunciation. And it's just great. I love singing at church, in any language apparently. Then with my bible I could more easily translate word for word and that helped my understanding as well. So church was awesome. When I thought church was over, we actually went to a different room of the church for a lesson that was just for teenagers. That was a bit harder for me to understand, but I still got something out of it. I met two ...
... For Chris this was something he normaly wouldn't eat (whole fried fish). After lunch we had ice cream in the oldest ice cream shop in Salvador, open since 1931, and walked around the coast to the most famous church in Salvador, Ingles Bonfim. Our friend Elin looks a lot like a Brazilian celebrity named Xuxa (pronounced Shosha) and all day people were wanting her photo and calling out "Xuxa". It gave us a slight insight into a famous persons life. Our third day started with ...