Melia Brasil 21
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... center to take the car and return our deposit, we were car-free again. Then, we spent the evening finding a bus to Brasilia the next day.
The next morning, we got up early to get to the rodoviaria and catch our bus to Brasilia. We spent about 24 uneventful hours on the bus across the Mato Grosso before arriving in Brasilia the next morning, the 5 October. There, we deposited our bags and took the metro to the center where we passed the day mostly walking on the ...
... creeping in as I made my way up the rocks to the peak. There was a few guys before me so I had to wait. The nerves and excitement were building progressively. I wanted to just get on with it but the guy before me was hesitating. By now I could see over the edge and I got that sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach as looked over. The longer you leave it the worse it gets. The guy before me bottled out. It was my turn. I could feel myself shaking as I crept on to the ...
... melted mozarella on it. One of the very few cheap and tasty meals we had in Brazil. Here, we watched the game between Brazil and Columbia where Neymar suffered a broken back after being accidentally kneed by one of the players in the opposition team. July 5th: Day of the Belgium vs Argentina match. It was quite daunting to see so many Argentinian fans in the stadium that day. All we saw were people dressed ...
... family, who were wonderful to me and hospitable in so many ways. I love you guys.
My thoughts on Anapolis this time circled around this: I’m trying to figure out if I could live there some day. (Don’t freak out, not anytime too soon). There are a lot of things about Anapolis I like (i.e. beautiful weather, family, etc.), but also a lot of things that would be
difficult. My conclusion is that I probably could do it. The problems ...
... met some Friends of Gerard in this Local Flying Paradise.
The 700m steeply sloped Grasstrip lies right underneath the ILS 29 from SBBR and they have to turn off their Transponders and sneak up a Valley and Land uphill to not be detected by the Radar from the nearby International Airport which is only 2 miles away.
Relocated my Airplane from SiQE Botelho to the Nelson Piquet Grasstrip Landing uphill , short roll out , needed lots of Power to ...