Recife Monte Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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in Brazil. Oh yeah!! So I looked at my handy map and meticulously mapped out my course for walking to a place to have certified copies of my passport made. So I leave the hotel and cannot quite figure out which direction to go, so I pick a direction and look for telltale road signs. Then I turn around, thinking I'm wrong. I walk for a long time. I …
... left without two of my most important possessions. Losing them so soon into such a long trip isn't what you need. They only just lasted longer than the England team. Although Recife is known to have plenty of rain (around 180 days a year), no amount of statistics could've prepared us for the downpour that we experienced on our first full day in the city. We got up for breakfast ahead of the Germany-USA game later in the day and could hear the rain pounding the ...
... We left Fan Fest with plans to meet up later with Casey and Kris. Here we have to mention something about our taxi drivers in Brazil. They have no idea where they're going. As in on the roads. The amount of knowledge they don't have about where things are located in their cities (you know, like streets or hotels) is stunning. We have paid way more money in cab fare than we should have to account for all the extra time driving around, asking other drivers ...
... we heard this crazy screaming. When we looked over, there was Carlos and the boys screaming because they found us and, of course, they were out of their minds they were so happy! Once we got the gang got together we proceeded to leave the stadium stopping every few minutes because of a distraction or celebration. There were these guys who dressed in traditional women's Costa Rican outfits with peasant blouses and skirts with the colors of their flag, participating in ...
... pass from his doctor he decided to put his political feelings aside and join us for the love of the great game.
It was set. The ticket names were changed on the website and now all we needed to do was make the 3 hour car journey to Recife to collect them.
We set off early Saturday morning, in two cars, hoping to beat the crazy traffic and heat of Recife. On the long, straight road that heads toward the east coast we saw all ...