Kubitschek Plaza Hotel
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... America. Instead of walking back to the road to continue, I walked through a park full of mango trees, which nevitably meant that it was full of homeless people having lunch (hey it's free, and yes i picked one as well!)
The next inpressive building (which was miles away) was the Accounts tribunal on teh edge of the Praca do Buriti, which was actually surrounded by a umber of impressive buildings. The Praca was really cool, had a heap of impressive buildings in ...
... t know already.
I was going to miss the anticipation of going to Tangled. The excitement of the build up in the days preceding the night. The pre-night nerves as you get ready to one of your favorite mixes from nights gone by. The photo outside the Phoenix with the poster in the background that read "Tangled the end" whilst the ghosts of past nights danced in the shadows behind you. The chatter of happy voices, the cheers and laughter riding over a four ...
... seems to be very spread out with a lot of roadways and not a lot around.
We get to the hotel, the Brasilia Imperial Hotel e Eventos, and check-in, receiving a wristband to indicate we belong, and head to our room. Three separate beds, two of which are doubles? Awesome. We unpack a bit and unwind, trying to decide what to do. We check out my guide book and it does not look promising. Unlike in Rio where we could easily walk to ...
... in Chile and
Argentina, so AJ and Jo have taken that side on. It even got so desperate as to
ask the hostel owner how we would get a cab to the nearest shop to grab some
and get brought back – it was going to be too expensive so Maddie got
everyone’s agreement to buy the various bottles of spirits that are hanging
around the truck off their owners, and make some cocktails. The first one
... Square. The name is derived from the presence of the three governmental powers around the plaza: the Executive, represented by the (presidential office), the Legislative represented by the (National Congress, and the Judiciary, represented by the (Federal Supreme Court).
The plaza was designed by Lucio Costa and Oscar Niemeyer, as a place where the three powers would meet harmoniously. It has now ...