Recife Praia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... scenery and went to find a supermarket for some dinner. There was a supermarket down the road a lot closer than where we had mapped so jumped in, grabbed supplies for dinner and breakfast and made our way back in the dark. We ate dinner before skyping Sue and Jim before crashing off to sleep with an early wake up tomorrow. One night in recife from what we saw was plenty, it sirely was not a very nice city from the long cab ride to the ...
... a bit, then went our separate ways in the stadium to catch the match that would define the mood of the U.S. team and fans during this world cup. It was almost as if the U.S. team started playing to a new beat a rhythm. One that was more confident, more intelligent, and more skillful than ever before. And all of us fans started moving to a similar beat and rhythm – one that exudes a confidence, a joy and a beauty beyond our wildest ...
... the glamour tie we were given. As mentioned earlier, Clean Shirt was struggling with a virus and could barely make it out of bed; the decision was made that the three of us would have to go it alone. We now had five extra tickets to shift and managed to offload one fairly quickly to an English lad in our dorm at face value, but with another four in our pockets we headed for the ridiculously located Arena Pernambuco once more. This time we ...
... over there? Yes, that's true. Well, I hope you were hydrated, you continue. Yeah, not so much. Ummm okay, you say skeptically, then how were the dunes? The dunes? Oh we didn't see the dunes. We couldn't find the park. The park was not where Google Maps said it would be. The park was as elusive as a World Cup win for Spain. (Too soon?) Anyway, we ended the run to nowhere, packed our things, and headed down to the bus station to get our tickets to Recife. No one at the bus terminal ...
... people were getting ready for Carnivale which starts February 28th until March 3rd and every weekend until lent. Children were dressed up in costumes and parading to the cathedral so we had to enter through a side door. Outside we could overlook the coast of Recife.
The San Fransican Monks arrived here in 1585 followed by thwe Benedictine Monks in 1950.
Now it is utter chaos trying to get a van to take us back to the bus and ...