Regent Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... and screaming for excitement because they made it to the final! ~ ALEX I've noticed there are a lot of Argentinians in the town wearing their team shirts, singing, cheering and mocking the Brazilians for losing 7-1 to the Germans. When we got to the train station there seemed to be a lot of people wearing orange shirts. A few were Dutch supporters but the majority of them were Brazilian supporting the Dutch. There is a fierce rivalry between Brazil and ...
... for us to go back to sleep. Thank god! We slept for about 3 hours until Marcella rang Paula and told her she was outside. She came up and then we gathered all our things to go to her house. Georgie, Marcella and I took a taxi to her house as we had so much stuff! We then showered and dressed and went to go find some food. Its a saturday so most restaurants serve a set menu of Feijoada at a fixed price. We walked around ...
... once pointed out to us) being used in small to very large model planes. We could not take any pictures but when we got back to the reception area we were allowed a few of the model planes on display. Ok, off to JNJ for lunch and another manufacturing tour.
On the way we passed both Walmart and Sam's Club stores. Sometimes on the surface it didn't seem that different from home but when we hear the ...
... the main catedral, and the business district. No surprises there. Our next stop, however, was to a small church where weddings of the wealthy are held. I can certainly see why. The Nossa Senhora do Brasil is one of the most beautiful churches I have stepped foot in. The tile work and painted walls and ceilings are spectacular. It's almost as if the church is alive with the scenes being portrayed. It is truly made for weddings and must ...
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