Kubitschek Plaza Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... officer pulled his car over and asked me if I wanted a lift downtown. Of course I do kind Mr Police man. He dropped me right outside the TV Tower (where I wanted to go) and then said bye to e and drove off. What a lad. Brasil, you are the best.
The sky had cleared which meant that the top observation tower was now open (albeit with a monster line, but I decided to wait anyway) The fountain down the bottom was now turned on so the view (if only of that) would be worth ...
... happy, friendly and familiar faces belonging to best clubbing crowd a nightclub has ever seen. They dance like there´s no tomorrow to the euphoric beats that have brought us so much joy all these years. How time flies.
The closest I could get to this epic night was through the screen of a computer where I could monitor the updates posted from friends and all the people who were lucky enough to be there. My dear friend Cathryn (AKA Blondy) was kind ...
... take us all over the city. We get a nice tour of Brasilia, confirming our expectation that there is nothing around here, and finally end up at the address that the book said the restaurant was at. The book is 2 years old at this point (bought it when Liam and I began discussing this potential trip in May 2012) and so some of the information is a bit out of date. When we arrive, we see why there was such an issue getting here, it is ...
... being transported by plane, and officially inaugurated on 21st April 1960. From above it's got the shape of a plane (or a bird, for the romantics) and was designed assuming that everybody would drive everywhere: there are no side curbs, avenues are big and with just a few traffic-lights. It's divided in blocks and sectors (hotels, banks, embassies, residential, etc). The main avenue is the Monumental Axis, ...
... The walls inside the sanctuary are made of purple and blue vitral, a type of stained glass. The vitral allows light from outside the church to filter in . During the daytime, this stained glass bathes the interior of the sanctuary in a blue haze . It was really spectacular, and well worth the trip to see the sanctuary just to stand inside and experience the lighting. There is also an ornate chandelier ...