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... fellow fans and stop to check out the shop, since David still hasn't bought anything yet. After this, we head back to the hotel to catch a cab to our new favorite restaurant, Na Venda. Since we know it exists, we are able to direct the cab and arrive in time for the start of the next round of games, Russia v Algeria.
We take our time eating and drinking at the restaurant, appreciating the food and reflecting ...
... buildings in it, a primary school and a church, and then every
four blocks there is a secondary school. It is completely impossible to build
something which doesn’t belong in that sector, and everything is around the
same bulk, so it all looks so similar – Billy called it a cut and paste city.
As everyone works in the same area the main roads heading out of town are
redirected towards the centre in the morning, and at night its reversed and
every main ...
... many emails were flying across the net as we finalised plans, accommodation and travel arrangements. It felt quite strange to have the entire two weeks organised in advance (and certainly a welcome change from continuously thinking about the next night's accommodation).
Early December found us in southern Brazil, on a slow amble up the coast, heading for the meet-up in Sao Paolo on the 15th. The coast here consists of huge and wild surf ...
... Square. The name is derived from the presence of the three governmental powers around the plaza: the Executive, represented by the (presidential office), the Legislative represented by the (National Congress, and the Judiciary, represented by the (Federal Supreme Court).
The plaza was designed by Lucio Costa and Oscar Niemeyer, as a place where the three powers would meet harmoniously. It has now ...
... all over the city you just go to the TV tower, but you won't see it so well. Not high enough.
With Layanna, we went to many other places around the city. I was not carrying all the time my camera with me. We went to this temple with the biggest rough diamond of the world, quite nice, some market place, by the (artificial) lake. It was also time for me to do some laundry. Then it was a bit like daily life but in Brasilia.