Internacional Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... to watch your team (even longer to be a neutral) and be treated to such poor organisation. We did eventually find our way to our seats, with Junior Lewis and I sat on row Z of the top tier, whereas the others were much closer to the pitch. Germany were good to watch and the performance of Lahm, along with a great goal from Muller, almost eased the pain of the transport chaos. America were competitive, their fans continued to chant songs that belong at ice hockey ...
... have thought it was their match the way the Brazilian fans kept singing and cheering in the stands, all in Portuguese and presumably not about Costa Rica (whom Brazil seemed to be supporting). Fans in the Sport Club do Recife jersey were especially vocal. They have one song that is particularly scary. 3) Literally anyone or anything. 4) The Italians. A dismal showing by the Forza Azzurri, whose intensity on the field was no greater than the intensity in the arena ...
... 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 ...
... a few days, they will struggle with the reality of this Third World Country. Even the lure of the beach to cool down from the intense humidity is but a mirage as there are warnings all along the promenade of shark danger. Apparently it is one of the world's top 10 shark infested beaches.
There was a little island (as Hugo aptly named it) in the middle of this crazy city and it was the Shopping Centre! The air conditioned ...
... into the dining room you needed your sunglasses, the shirts and dresses and colours were so bright. We had the usual convivial company and interesting conversation at table #187, but afterwards I was inexplicably tired. There wasn’t really any show on in the Palladium tonight; they’d just decided to let the classical pianist, Jonathan Powell, do a stint instead. I decided I’d give it a miss and just go back to ...