Brasil 21 Convention Suites
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... was impressed and happy that I spent the time waiting. I had a view of literally all of the landmarks in the city. Brasilia is pretty impressively designed (when you don't have to walk)
Some Brasilian guy was speaking English to someone and I said hi to him, which lead to a long conversation and an invite to his place for lunch. Unfortunately I had things to do, but thanks Brasil, you are the best. Why are people not friendly in Australia?
I went to the ...
... crazy enough) to take a photo of me and get pictures of 'me’ with all our friends. A Skype call was all it took to get a glimpse of this amazing night albeit through the eyes of a camera. I held back tears as I saw the expression on my friends faces light up with joy as they saw mine gazing back at them. I longed to be there with them. At least I was there in spirit.
After the Skype was lost I was gratefully left with live recordings at regular ...
... Luckily, there are a couple of additional restaurants nearby, so we decide to check one out. We walk into Na Venda and see it is a steakhouse and decide it will do. Unlike the typical Brazilian steakhouse, where the food is brought to you and you choose what you want, you order based on 100 gram increments. We order a mountain of steak and sausages and one by one the items come out. Delicious. We lucked out here, again.
Rio de Janeiro was Brazil's capital city from 1763 until the government of Juscelino Kubitschek, president of Brazil between 1956 and 1961, decided to build the city of Brasilia in a more central region. This idea wasn't new, it had been doing the rounds since the 19th century. Lúcio Costa won the contest to be the urban planner and Oscar Niemeyer the main architect. The city was built in 41 months, with ...
... tourist attraction of Brasília.
The plaza is home to the largest flag in the world to be flown regularly (in this case, continuously). It is changed every month with a new flag being immediately raised. Our tour took us to the Jaburu Palace for, external views of the Vice President's official residence, and Alvorado Palace then official home of the President, where we saw emu leisurely crossing the lawn ...