Recife Monte Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... notion of whether or not they would come out of the group. Still the excitement of simply planning our excursion was bubbling over. Natal ended up being a very long 4 hour drive from Recife. And our mood was lightened by our experience the day before. We took the cars down to the fan fest that Sunday afternoon. Irv, Karene, Emmett and Debbie in one car, while Kayla, Andrea and myself were in the other. It was not our first time to ...
... and knowing the exact nights we would be there we still couldn't find one place for the whole five nights. Recife gave the impression it didn't want to, and wasn't ready to be a host city for a World Cup, a lack of accommodation, bars and restaurants and football fans wandering the streets gave it a slight eerie feeling.
Our arrival at a hostel a couple of miles up the coast was a welcome change, we checked in and already noted this was a hostel ...
... sure that he is Australian. I noticed that he had a Gold Coast Suns top on, so that confirmed my suspicions and I said hello. We got chatting and he mentioned that he was a carpenter from Melbourne. I told him that I lived in Canberra. he said he had been working in Canberra recently. Mildly interested, I asked whereabouts. It turned out that he had been working on my floor of my building (we have been getting some repairs done) and ...
... up in the morning and walking right out on the beach to walk or jog or sit and drink coconut water...straight from the coconut, with a straw. This is the life. I knew right then that the whole crew was going to love our experience!! How could they not...you don't even have to love soccer to love Recife, Brazil. Denise is animated and full of energy, just like the blue/green waters of the Atlantic Ocean that ...
... so I tried to get some sleep which didn't work out that well.
The time in Recife was nice because of the people like Eduardo. we got really good friends and had a lot in common. He has indeed "sangue bom" - which means "good blood". Definitely one of the nicest brazilians I met here. But the city means not that much to me. I saw that you have some cultural issues and there is a lot of live music at nights but for the daytime I see no reason to visit Recife and Olinda again.