Internacional Palace Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... a bit, then went our separate ways in the stadium to catch the match that would define the mood of the U.S. team and fans during this world cup. It was almost as if the U.S. team started playing to a new beat a rhythm. One that was more confident, more intelligent, and more skillful than ever before. And all of us fans started moving to a similar beat and rhythm – one that exudes a confidence, a joy and a beauty beyond our wildest ...
... up to every day. We embraced as if we were old friends...spent little time on the details of the rental and more time on catching up and sharing the joys of her city and its hospitality. The interaction with Denise alone, was pumping up the volume! In fact, we would meet all of Denise's family the next day when Kayla had arrived as well. They are all full of energy...though none like Denise! They stayed ...
... a few blocks from the historic town. We had a room for 5 people so it was me and 4 dudes bunking together. Don and Laura got a nice hotel in the heart of town at the last minute. We had prepaid for our place in fear there would be no room and board to book last minute and ended up way overpaying for our funky abode. It ended up costing the same for our place as what Don and Laura paid for the fancy place. But all was fine and good, I actually enjoyed our funky little ...
... such a beautiful moment and I felt so incredibly lucky to be in what felt like the happiest place on earth (sorry, Disneyland).
At the end of the evening, Spok introduced me to Natalia. She is the most gorgeous woman who used to live in Recife, but now lives in London and brought a group of friends from there to celebrate Carnaval.
... on a good day, so we were grateful to get back into our air-conditioned bus for the next part of the tour. We were also grateful to have not a “room with a view” but a “bus with a loo”. This is the first time we have had one of those, but given the scarcity and sometimes nature of the loos, this was a welcome bonus. We drove past a park called May 13th Park – my birthday I must point out – it was named May ...