Hotel Ritz Lagoa Da Anta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... a place to stay in Olinda without trying to arrive on a Saturday.
Had seen the powdery white sandy beach stretching on forever from the bus, with surf pounding, so was more keen to stock the fridge, have a shower, siesta and wash my sweaty clothes, than head out in the blazing sun.
When I did emerge, found the strong breeze had kept the heat bearable, but high tide meant waves crossing ...
Waited until after rush hour to head off and just missed one of the infrequent buses to Sao Felix – the next wasn't until 11.40 and given the 2 hour journey time, just seemed too much bus given my impending 12 hour trip tonight.
The tourist office suggestion would have been pleasant if I had been dressed for it and not in my big boots and heavy clothes, not ideal for walks in the sand. ...
... Pottery Barn. She just kept saying “wow” and “I could buy the whole store”. The tour made a stop downtown, slow traffic and busy shopping everywhere in Maceio. Finally, we spent about an hour at the beach, very warm ocean water, hot sand and brightly coloured beach umbrellas. (And, Dawn adds, “cute waiters with kerchiefs on their heads”.) We found a little beach side cafe and had a Cerveja (Portuguese ...
... towns with one main street. After we had checked in we dumped our bags in the room and made our way to the beach. The coastline of Maceió is scattered with reefs, you can take a jangada (like a mini sailboat) about 1km from the shore to a reef with a 'sand platform' which you can stand on and swim around and even get drinks and food in the water. It is best to visit at low tide as the water only comes up to your waist and is clear. Unfortunately ...
... someone where the ponta verde barrio is and got out quite close to the rua ruth reis (pronounced hua huth heis) where the cheap hostel should be. For once my orientation didn't lead me directly to the hostel although i had the map of the area on the tablet. Then i ran into a birthdayparty of a drunk woman in front of the house on the street. I had to sit down, show the direction of the hostel on the tablet and some ...