Mercure Belo Horizonte Vila da Serra
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Very nice hotel. Clean, safe and staff are very helpful and friendly. The WiFi was a struggle during the world cup, it kept dropping off.
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Day 11 – Belo Horizonte: 24th June, 2014: England 0 – Costa Rica 0
The match was an early kick-off at 13H00 local time. So after breakfast I got ready and got into a taxi to Arena Mineirão. Once again the traffic in Belo Horizonte was horrible, we were moving at a snails pace. Thank God the driver used a few back …
... ingredient extravaganza. Some of them have four or five kinds of cheese, four or five different types of ham and cold meat, every type of vegetable and fruit you could imagine.
Best of all there are burger challenges. If you complete the challenge within two hours you get the meal for free, a cash prize and your name on the wall. Most of the challenges involve eating two of the burgers (eg two sandwiches with between two and nine burgers on, ...
... traditions of Catholicism and Candomble (Afro-Brazilian religion). The growth of evangelicism has a potential negative impact on the civil liberties of thousands of people.
The popularity of evangelical Christianity can be seen in the prevalence of TV channels devoted to the church here. Of the first 20 TV channels on our set, half are devoted to politics and half to religion. There are programs that go on for hours and hours featuring terrible music and ...
... Brazilian animals, where we saw some fantastic anteaters, greater and lesser, some prehensile tailed porcupines and some monkeys. We didn't stay for too long as it was incredibly hot. The temperature must have been at least 30 degrees. This is hot in anyone's language, but people here will tell you that it's cold because it's winter. Some people are wearing jackets. It isn't humid, but the sun is very bright, so we don't like to stay out in it too ...
... who looks exactly like Father Christmas, if Father Christmas wore a vest and a permanent scowl. We have befriended him and we are now on casual conversational terms. More unnerving is a girl who is often out in the street near our building with her shoes on back to front. She terrifies me.
Just a few words on our food adventures. One of the most traditional dishes in Brazil, and especially in Minas Gerais, is feijoada. This is a stew made from beans ...