Ouro Minas Palace Hotel
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... at every opportunity. It's like musical chairs but more aggressive. Fortunately, I am good at this. For those of you in the know, Brazil got an almighty fright from the impressive Chileans but a couple of top stops from Julio Cesar got them over the line in the shootout. The atmosphere and post party were again insane.
My main man Julian had been quietly getting his organisation on throughout the week and had arranged three nights for us in Lapinha, a town a couple ...
... later we asked the driver, to his shock, to drop us off. We stood at the bottom of a very steep looking hill where the houses made of all sorts of material clung to the slopes, looking like the slightest push would send them all tumbling to the sea below and surrounded by hundreds of people, busy doing there daily tasks. Our directions were not great making me more nervous so I asked a stern looking police officer, holding an excessively large automatic weapon, if he ...
... with a few people we knew from Korea, we all seemed to be convening in BH by chance so we tried our best to catch up with everyone. Between the football and friends though, we didn't seem to get around to seeing any of Belo. Apparently there isn't an awful lot to see, and good job really. But we had an overall lovely time here and despite seeing mostly the inside of bars and stadiums, it's definitely been one of our favourite ...
... Met up with a group of lads who brought our tix from the uk, Jt was in his element chatting football and we could drink during the game. Followed the crowds after by getting a bus to Sanaa's where the party happens. Ended up at a street party watching the Columbia game on outside Tv's with live music and food. Had an early flight the next day to Fortaleza which is the ...
... hit home why there is a real need in Brazil for the campaigns (such as the signs on the door of our love motel in Manaus) to protect young children. Also it is worth mentioning that whenever you check into a hotel it is a legal requirement to prove you are the parents of anyone under the age of 18.... Another opportunity soon arose for us to be outraged at something age based. Standing at the front of a long queue in a store to buy a football shirt, a woman just walked ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility