Hotel Brisa Tower
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Maceio
... 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 ...
... at least it was cool and the toilets were free, but couldn’t find anything I could afford! I do need to start souvenir shopping soon.
Finally left on time and the mother and child were in front, not next to me – sadly both were loud and had colds, snorting, sneezing and coughing, without hankies and covering mouths, the whole trip – hideous lack of sleep, despite the earplugs, ...
Our second port of call in Brazil was Maceio, 129 nautical miles south of Recife. This relatively small city of one million was much more like a resort town while still having poor neighbourhoods. It was lined with beaches, and safe from sharks due to a reef just off the coast. They boast tides of 3 metres, so that at low tide one can walk way out to the reef in just knee depth water. The economy is based on sugar cane, coconuts and oil ...
... abit late and the water was higher but we really enjoyed the experience of the boat ride. It is such a simple idea but works so well and nice to be on a boat without a roaring noise behind you. It was just a quick visit to Maceió and most of the time was spent at the beach. The next day at the Rodoviaria we were about to board our bus to Salvador and Elin and Marvin turned up. They would be in Salvador at the same time as us which was very exciting ...
... they work for the police and drove me to the hostel, two or three blocks further. Had to promise to go back there another day but didn't see them again. In the hostel i found some nice guys, a pool and a small dormitory room with a good bed. Beda, the swiss guy was cleaning for being able to stay for free, Diego, the argentinian, that wanted to move to brazil to work, bernardino or neto, paulistano on holidays and ...