Hotel 7 Colinas
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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A short taxi ride from Boa Viagem to Olinda and we arrived at one of the nicest pousadas of the trip so far; Hotel 7 Colinas. Really nice grounds and rooms along with a great pool, bar, and outdoor restaurant. Olinda is a very nice old artist community that I wish we had more time to explore.
Suzy and Lila were originally scheduled to land …
... a couple of hours so very little music – they sung once in warm up and then it was all percussion, so boring as hell and not half as good as yesterday despite some of the same members.
A brief rest before heading up the hill to Praca do Se for the views, the sunset and a bite to eat, tapioca, but not as we know it – flour is spread on a dry pan and put on a hot charcoal burner to melt/toast it into a pancake which I then had filled with cheese and vatapa – not ...
... beach. Olinda's beach was fine, but not great--certainly not worth sitting through pelting sand, so we just went back to the hotel to hang out by the pool before watching the day's games. The six of us went out to a fancy seafood restaurant on the water for dinner, by far our most expensive meal in the country yet, where the power went out and we sat in the dark for 30 minutes before being able to settle the bill and leave. Brazil happens in so many ways, big ...
... a stadium already in Natal that their local league uses and they claim they will never use this giant stadium ever. It would cost too much for them to use it because they have to pay for the electricity, maintenance, etc., so it will remain vacant as well. The stadium in Mennaus will most likely be taken over by the jungle and never used again. This explains the frustrations of the Brazilian people with the riots and protest. Funds for this World Cup were ...
... of actually getting somewhere, our bus stop magically appeared; we managed not to get lost on the first day. It would have been a little bit embarassing. We arrived at my friends' Anna and Sandro place, and for three days they welcomed us, guide us around Olinda and Recife, and let us have a little peak at their brazilian life. Obrigado and obrigada!
Olinda is a nice colonial town nested on a little hill, with narrow streets and colourful buildings. From the Alto ...