Liberty Palace Hotel
Travel Blogs from Belo Horizonte
... crammed in together while random percussion bands play. Public affection is off the chain. More saliva is shared than an RBT cotton swab and men and women alike are not hesitant in the pursuit of their desires.
The next day we attended the match of the world cup that was England and Costa Rica. Already a dead rubber, we hoped England might show a bit of swashbuckle and character and give their fans something to cheer about. Well, they had as much character as a nature ...
... beach. Favela is the name in Brazil for what I would call a shanty town, but is also known as Townships in South Africa and Slums in many other parts of the world. They are unstructured, unplanned areas of the city where economic migrants from the countryside come and live. They can be dangerous and dirty but are also the places where you get a true feeling of a countries culture and people. Being too late to change anything we jumped on the airport bus to Vigigal and ...
... with a few people we knew from Korea, we all seemed to be convening in BH by chance so we tried our best to catch up with everyone. Between the football and friends though, we didn't seem to get around to seeing any of Belo. Apparently there isn't an awful lot to see, and good job really. But we had an overall lovely time here and despite seeing mostly the inside of bars and stadiums, it's definitely been one of our favourite ...
... to jericoacoara. It took us 15 hours to arrive but it worth it. After a 4 hour flight, 6 hour coach journey then a open sided 4x4 truck we arrived at jeri. My first relief was that our luggage arrived with us after being precariously thrown on top of this truck, second relief came when locals started offering accommodation. It was gone 11pm and I'm always a little ...
... night! Dinner options weren't great so we scoffed a McDonald's after the longest wait ever, it was soooo good!!! The city itself is REALLY nice! A decent sized centre that you can comfortably stroll around and with the sun shining the many little parks surrounded by nice buildings give the city a welcoming feel. It also felt safe so were glad to be here having had enough of São Paulo. We explored the city and enjoyed the old town which is centred around Liberdade, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services