Hotel Pizzato Praia
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I will write about this as soon as it happens Okay I didn't do that much because it rained all the time. In the end we went to the same bar every night. It was fun but this town can get boring very fast. Beaches are beautiful an I did chill with some brazilian chicks for the whole day swimming and laying on the ...
... would shut down, the people would all head home with tails between their legs or get angry and riot the streets...it could have gone either way in our minds. But we underestimated our dear Brazilians. Even though they love their soccer with all their hearts, they also love life and can't walk away from a great party, no matter the circumstances. The drinks kept flowing, the fireworks shot off probably more in tribute to their team than a celebration, and the ...
... frankly I enjoyed taking time to play in the kitchen. One day, Mark and I hit a local market within walking distance to the house and decide to see what local faire they had. This was another gem of a find because they had and an amazing deli and bakery counter where we got to indulge in all kinds of traditional Brazilian snacks and savory pastries. I had to go back there a couple of times they were so good. Anytime I found delicious food items for cheap, that wasn't fried meat ...
... lead to one of the most highly controversial events if the Cup! No one will remember anything about this game except for the bite. And once again, we were there in person to witness it! The only bummer about this game was Diego never made it to the field, but I got to stare at him on the sidelines. The game ends and Uruguay beat Italy 1-0! The stands erupted and Uruguay's flags were flying. Bye bye Italy! We headed to our meeting spot under the bridge ...
... I mean the ENTIRE STADIUM! It was overpowering and it quickly sent a message to the Greeks that no one was impressed with their tactics. The small group of Greek fans tried to keep their chants up, but I don't think they could even hear themselves over the crowds roar for Japan. The Greeks continued to play in their ****** way for the rest of the game even with the entire stadium against them. Which goes to show, they truly are ******** and don't respect the sportsmanship of the ...