Pousada Villa Boa Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... crafts that were powerful enough to at least draw me away from the jumbotron screen in between the games. The place was buzzing with energy. And we were all moving along to the Brazilian world cup beat!
We left early the next morning at about 7 am for our drive to Natal. Warren, Jason, and Luciana were in Irv’s car. Emmett, Karene, Andrea and Kayla were in my car. None of us anticipated how long the ride would be. And it ...
... and got us to a transit station where we could park the car and take the metro the rest of the way. We hopped on the metro which then took us to a bus that drove us to the stadium. And for no real good reason, the bus dropped us a mile away from the stadium, and then continued to drive the rest of their loop which passed the main entrance of the stadium. To give a time check at this point, it is 5 minutes after game time! So what was supposed to be A 4 hour journey ...
... bombers, 10 German bombers in the air. (In the air!) And the RAF from England shot them down. (Shot them down!) The RAF from England shot them down. The RAF from England, RAF from England, RAF from England shot them down. (Shot them down!)" Lovely. But we loved it. Fan Fest served a second purpose: securing tickets for the next day's game. With Sara's can-do attitude and Sam's Spanish, we asked every single Costa Rican and Italian supporter we saw about extra tickets. One of ...
Thanks to Spok for introducing me to the stunningly beautiful & magnanimous Natalia! She then adopted me into her brilliant group of Londoners visiting for Carnaval. She & Ozzy had lived in Recife before, as well as a few others from the group who were originally from Recife. It's been great getting to hang out with Natalia, Ozzy, Steve, ...
... and Dutch Influence and one sees this everywhere. Flat roofed, colored buildings, similar to those seen in the Malay Quarter in Cape Town are common as are the Portuguese influenced tiled and mosaiced facades on buildings. The Old Dutch fort is almost an exact replica of the one in Cape Town as well as the fort I saw in Malacca recently (which also has a Dutch and Portuguese history). On street corners there were vendors selling fruit – stacks of ...