Mar Hotel Recife
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... midfielders who weren't Marouane Fellaini or Tom Cleverley; Lahm in particular was outstanding.
As the match drew to a close one American muppet decided to throw his empty beer cups on to the pitch as his friends lambasted him and fellow Americans surrounding him did what only Americans would do, point at him and exclaim "boo you man, not cool, not cool at all." That incident aside, the spirit was good as Portugal's inability to beat Ghana by more than a goal meant the ...
... player from Costa Rica, settled the 1:0 result, and 'Los Ticos' fans were going nuts - the game didn't have the goals from our previous 2 matches, but was still really exciting, and great seeing the underdogs getting the W. The next couple of days were pretty lowkey - spending time around the hotel's rooftop swimming pool, watching lots of football, and walking around the neighbourhood. It wasn't the nicest area of town, but there was a ...
... next to a taxi line. Two guys on the line, hearing English and a confident tone, asked us what we were doing, and we offered to guide them to Fan Fest. Casey and Kris, who grew up playing soccer together, are originally from Oshkosh, Wisconsin, which is a real place. Somewhere along the walk, we decided we're all reuniting in Canada next year for the women's World Cup, because feminism. Also because soccer. And because road trip. There are too many good reasons ...
With only 7 days to go before our first World Cup game we still did not have our tickets. You may have read our earlier blog about our flight detour from Rio to Natal because the city of Recife was in the midst of riots and looting? Recife was the city we had meticulously arranged, via the FIFA internet site, to collect our World Cup tickets an hour after our plane was due to arrive. All these plans went out the window when we had to fly ...
... to be a shop selling booze; apart from a counter at the front the interior was just a type of warehouse, stacked floor to ceiling with bottles and cans selling everything from beer to wine to spirits. We spotted some bottles of the famous cachaša brand “Pit˙” and they also seemed to have it in cans. Cans? Surely they would already be mixed as caipirinha, they wouldn’t sell 40% volume spirit in cans, like ...