Melia Brasil 21
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a little further to two landmark churches in the city, which subsequently led me to another praca which had a garden of concrete crystals in a little lake with a number of different animals. It also happened to be situated near the Brasilian Army headquarters which is one of my favourite pieces of architecture in the city.
I ended up walking to the bus station after this because it was now insanely hot. While I was waiting at the bus stop, Brasil surprised me again, when ...
... you say hi to everyone. The greeting from Terry Pointon and Steve Thorpe as we pass them on the door thanking them for all the special nights as we do so. The walk through the bar and more emotional hello’s as we grab our drink of choice and make our way to our preferred dancing spots. The build up of the unique and electrifying Tangled atmosphere as the place fills with what used to be Tangled regulars. The multi-colours of the club lights shining on and off ...
... for 48 hours.
Following the conclusion of the game, we want to get some dinner. Looking at my book, the 15 pages that cover Brasilia, we decide a place called Corrientes 348. Fortunately, most of the Brasilia taxis understand they are required at all hotels so we just walk outside and get in the first one in the queue. David explains where we want to go, but the cabbie is a bit confused. I punch it in my phone and follow as he ...
Rio de Janeiro was Brazil's capital city from 1763 until the government of Juscelino Kubitschek, president of Brazil between 1956 and 1961, decided to build the city of Brasilia in a more central region. This idea wasn't new, it had been doing the rounds since the 19th century. Lúcio Costa won the contest to be the urban planner and Oscar Niemeyer the main architect. The city was built in 41 months, with ...
... for as long as I can remember, this has been one of my "I really want to go there" destinations. Unfortunately it also comes with a "Rio has a very serious crime problem and the odds are you are likely to get hit" tag. So balancing the enjoyment factor with keeping safe was a bit daunting at first. However (and I don't know if this is because of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics), Rio seems to have really cleaned up its act and we had an even quite ...