Golden Tulip Recife Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The helpful receptionist gave us some good advice about getting to the stadium, but it is located around 20km outside the city centre. The first step in our mammoth route found us walking for 15 minutes to a local metro station in the kind of rain that soaks you through in seconds. A number of roads were flooded and a bus came to our rescue by picking us up halfway, along with a collection of Americans. Getting to the metro station may have presented us with a roof over ...
... going way too far the wrong way. It's bonkers. It's gotten to the point where we wonder if they're messing with us to raise their fares. That would actually make more sense. Casey and Kris were staying in Olinda, a really cute town just north of Recife. Over dinner, we discussed important topics like the Recession and who is the best-looking player in the tournament. (Spain's Iker Casillas for Sara; Uruguay's Diego Forlan for Sam. In case you're interested.) A ...
... Costa Rican dance. Apparently all Ticos learn this dance in grade school. The women wave their skirt at the bull, and the men play the role of the bull. Only in this rendition, our friend Carlos was the bull, and the guy with a beard dressed in traditional woman's garb, played the role of the woman. We were in hysterics, but I have to say both men had very good form. We made our way to bus that would take us to the metro where we had parked our car. We unfortunately ...
... interesting things. People selling tropical fruits, people selling barbecued corn, people selling meat strung up from their makeshift stalls??? We didn't stop to buy anything but I had to stop for a picture of the meat! It is illegal to sell meat like this over here but, like many things, the police turn a blind eye to this to focus on far greater crimes (or at least I hope they do?)
About an hour from our destination the ...
... bottles of Pitú cost. I’d recently bought a 700ml bottle back home for £24.99 (outrageous!) so it would be interesting to compare the price. The litre bottle of Pitú was 6 reaïs, or two quid. So I could have bought a case of 12 bottles for my £24.99 and still had change left over!
After our bargain purchase we decided to take slow stroll back to the ship. Back over the bridge we were just in time to get ...