Recife Monte Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Boa Viagem area of Recife; picture a toned down South Beach Miami. Very nice beach with lots of bars and restaurants along the street. Watched the Brazil v Chile match in a very nice bar/restaurant packed with Brazil fans and had a stupendous Octopus and Shrimp Pasta lunch... soooo much better than airline food. ...
5:00 am came very early. But our excitement to see a new city and attend an epic game, motivated us out of bed promptly. We had a 4 hour drive ahead of us and had planned to go straight to the Recife stadium. The Ticos had left the day before to get to Recife. They were attending the same game we were...Costa Rica vs. Italy! This was a big game for the Ticos because if they won this game, they would be going through to the next round for the very first time. We had two ...
... out. We would have to utilize more dubious methods for acquiring tickets. But more on that later. Switching gears, we headed to the old part of the city, which is actually an island surrounded by contemporary Recife on three sides. Like the Portuguese explorers before us, we arrived at Marco Zero, the site at which the first Portuguese discovered Brazil in the early 16th Century. This is basically a large plaza with an elaborate-looking manhole cover to mark the spot of landing. ...
... on a piece of paper next to him. I don't think that will be much help to the 1,000s of tourists ready to invade this place.
With our World Cup tickets in our hot little hands we went for (late) lunch at Tia Rosa's house (mamae's sister) where we were shown, once again, great Brazilian hospitality. We ate like Kings, Queens, Princes and one little Princess! It was with very full bellies we made the 3 hour trip back to Campina ...
... a photo because these trees are original of Africa and the slaves used to embrace them before leaving for the painful trip to new masters, so there is a very emotional connection between Brazil and the Baoba.
Tourists looking for cheaper accommodations stay in one of the many pousadas in Porto de Galhinas, so there are options.
Brazilians are people who know how to enjoy life to the fullest, as one said to me, they are “moito positivos”.