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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to have been designed by Gustave Eiffel, was imported from Europe. The main building in the middle sells handicrafts and souvenirs plus fruit, vegetables and many, many herbs - all the stalls cleanly set out on tiled floors - nobody pouncing on you to buy their stuff which was very refreshing! Jo bought a small replica boat made out of mahogany for his bar. On either side of the main building is the fish and meat market - but we decided to give these a miss!!!!
A GREAT ...
Went to our last game today, Honduras vs Switzerland (0-3). Huge last night celebrating in Manaus. Kane and Luis flight was at 5.45am, so they just went straight to the airport without sleeping. Said it was the worst flight/travel day they've had haha. Our flight at 3:30 was hard enough to get on to so I'm not sure how the others got on their flight at 5:45. ...
... and it is still all to play for. If only we could have taken one of the missed chances we would have got the draw we thought we deserved. As is becoming the norm nowadays as we left the stadium the TV people stopped Simon for an interview which he duly conducted for Retuers TV agency. We came back to the hotel to watch the last game of the day and enjoy a Brazilian BBQ Buffett where the spicy sausage was amazing. We travel to the waterfalls and Argentina ...
... signs: - a poster on the door warning that sexual exploitation and sexual tourism is a crime, - a fake leather mattress and pillows (horribly uncomfortable) - a huge mirror along one wall... Yes all the signs were pointing in one direction, we had accidentally booked a love motel converted for the World Cup...! Although having since met a couple who stayed somewhere with a mirror on the ceiling and a strobe light, I think our place was tame in ...
... A couple of simple days walking around when it wasn't to hot and time for more planning.
Some were sticking together to go to Brazil but I was going on my own towards French Guyana to meet my friend Tibo. No time for more boat ride as I had to arrive on time for the big bank holiday weekend (yeah, a French one then), Tibo and his friends were planning a long weekend camping along the river. A couple of planes and a sketchy bus ride later and I was in France again.