St Paul Plaza Hotel
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... as architect. The city was built in just three years. From the air, Brasilia looks like an airplane. The city is quite spread out so walking around it isn't easy and most people have cars or take public transportation. The plan was to camp at the back of a hostel. Six people decided to pay the upgrade and stay in the hostel. I don't mind camping at all and since we each have our own tents, four of us choose to camp. We had our own ...
... for security reasons - the first capital had been Salvador, the second Rio, so Brasilia, the third, was to be perfectly designed and planned from scratch.
The area was decided upon and, as it was savanna/jungle, it had to be cleared before building could begin. Today Brasilia has a population of around 2.3 million, with just 500,000 living in the centre and the rest in the ...
... it was walled in and had only bars and restaurants full of tourists. Sean liked the super planned feel of it, the same way he liked Singapore. It felt to me like it sucked all the atmosphere out of the city, because you walked down avenues of similar buildings, with no people hanging out anywhere, creating any kind of atmosphere. Anyway. That's our Brasilia experience. Luckily the football was on to watch to give us something to do. The tourist attractions were ...
We visited some family in Brasilia. Ok, so here is the connection.
Marcelo's half sisters, aunties brother's family. So Denise and Jussara, who I mention a few times in these photos are his sisters cousins, cousins. Their mother Ana put us up in her house. They were so welcoming and lovely we feel like close family. Denise has now gone over to London to learn English, so if I've given you her details please ...
Unfortunately Brasilia is not on the main tourist track, but it is definitely something so different that you have to see it if you come all the way to Brazil. However, it's not exactly tourist friendly (read on for details…)
In 1956, the Brazilian President ordered the construction of a new Brazilian capital in the heart of the country instead of on the coast.
After only three and a half years, a brand new supposedly state of the ...