Hotel Il Faro
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... ball, so his father took an old sock and stuffed it with rags, and little Pele would run shoeless through the streets and kick the sock; to his first trial for Santos; of his first professional contract; to documenting his illustrious career both on and off the pitch. As a role model, many of today’s prima donna footballers could learn a lot from such an appealing player whose name became so synonymous with the game, he became a global ambassador of ...
... to the assistant and then immediately left the queue. One down two to go. By the time we reached the front there were only a few minutes to spare. What the research didn’t tell us was that ‘No English spoken here’.
My opening remark: ‘Do you speak Eng-er-lish?’
‘No, I am speaking Por-tu-guese!!’
I managed a ‘Dos para Santos’ which seemed to do the trick although we had ...
... already our swimsuits on. The sun was high in the blue sky, the scenery amazing and the beach completely empty! We swam, played with the waves, I looked for shellfish and had fun like children discovering for the first time the pleasures of the coast! The sea was warm and it was very easy to get inside. Around 2:30 p.m. we took the way back with regret. Our large and heavy bags waited for us. We took a bus to the terminal. Departure at 4 pm for São ...
Pretty much every Brazilian that I have met, even the ones from Curitiba, has told me that Curitiba is “not the REAL Brazil.” So far I have loved Curitiba, and it was hard for me to figure out just what these naysayers meant. I have found the people in Curitiba to be very friendly, helpful, and understanding particularly given my incredibly weak grasp of the Portuguese language. But I have heard time and again ...
... me of Middelkerke/Oostende or so, but a lot bigger and more tropical :) So finally. The ocean. How good it felt, these first steps on the sand and in the water! Near the ocean is where I belong.
Santos is a coast town near Sao Paulo, where many many people retire. It is nice, and has the largest garden (Guiness book of Records), I believe it was 8km. Actually a long-spread park next to the ...