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... great myself and passed on the beers, I wasn't helped by a sting from a wasp that made me a little light headed but I ploughed on sober in my toga whilst the other two had a couple of cans. With a last minute Holland winner we could make the short walk over to the stadium a good two and a half hours prior to kick-off, knowing we had four spare tickets to shift. Our walk was interrupted by yet more photo requests and an impromptu interview live ...
... the unfairness of this charge, but - no one spoke English so we weren't very effective. Just one of those travel things. Tomorrow we head to a national park famous for its sea horses for some beach time and perhaps snorkeling. It's hard to remember that it's winter here since the temps are in the low 80's and the humidity is high. But it's pitch dark by 5:15 every evening. We are really enjoying ourselves and looking forward to our next ...
This day. Not one of our most exciting days, we'll grant you, but still stuff happened and blogs are about taking the most useless and mundane details of your life and treating them like they are breaking news. Right? ...right? Bueller? Natal is known for its enormous dunes and dammit we wanted to see some dunes. We decided to run over to Parque das Dunas to check 'em out. That's right, run. As in jog. As in Sara needed her knee brace. Wait, you say, isn't it something like 85 degrees in ...
... Brennard set on beautiful grounds out in the country. Here we were able to see his massive collection of collectable artifacts. This is a place that is difficult to discribe as we saw statues, wall tapestries, furniture, suits of armour etc. This man is still alive and built a castle to house this stuff and we only saw bits and pieces of the collections. The grounds are beautiful.
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... our tour by driving through Recife with our tour guide narrating in a pretty unusual fashion. He was quite the chatty guy and seemed a little ADHD, you never knew what he was going to talk about next. We did learn that he had a gift for languages and had never been to Europe but had read a lot of books. He was particularly interested in the American Civil War. We were all very excited to learn that ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarante Plaza Hotel Recife
great. it was the best and what different is the omelette, filled with ham and cheese. I love to eat Ham, cheese with bread. And of course not forget fruits and coffee.
I would give 3 stars if they had free and better wifi connection.
The swimming pool and gym is small and fit for few of us.
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