Hotel Bahia Do Sol
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... walking down the sea front to Pharol de Barra, the lighthouse which hosts Salvador's Fan Fest. I was willing to bet this was going to be the best Fan Fest of all the cities and the setting, on a peninsula jutting out into the ocean, backed by the historic lighthouse, with the sun setting on a crowd of thousands, was nothing short of epic. Winning once again.
The beer flowed hard and the crowd of mainly neutrals, kept themselves entertained taking photos ...
... weakest matchup on paper due to Costa Rica's shock progress, though we weren't going to let this dampen our enthusiasm. It's not every day you go to a World Cup quarter-final. As the kick off was the second of the day, we found somewhere to watch Argentina's victory against Belgium beforehand and then made our way to the stadium on foot. Having had a slap on the wrist at the previous match for touting tickets, we attempted to sell in a different spot this time. Despite ...
... s three tiers and not too far from the halfway line; an almost perfect view. The Korean girl from Shropshire arrived just in time for the national anthems, again a first for us all at this tournament, in our seats for both anthems.
The match got underway at a decent pace with quite a few chances of note for either side. The goals we were hoping for didn't arrive in normal time, mainly thanks to Tim Howard. We all noted at the time how good a game he was ...
... stop the old town, where we are amazed to see a heavy presence of military armed with machine guns, and even tanks in the main square! And this is eight days before the start of the World Cup! We were driven past the pretty beachfront where I was amused to see a pedestrian street in early construction stage, with a plan of being completed in time for the opening day of the Cup (Salvador is a host city to some of the games - hence the tight security). Workmen ...
... Infant Mental Health Program”, she just didnt know that that was what is was – it is described as “Terapia do Riso” – Therapy of Laughter with the parent as participant”. It has a particular focus on the mother to support her in “infant care, development and observation”. Her organization continues and they use a blue ribbon as their symbol. When I asked our guide what the blue ribbon was for, she told me ...