Brasil 21 Convention Suites
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"I deliberately disregarded the right angle and rationalist architecture designed with ruler and square to boldly enter the world of curves and straight lines offered by reinforced concrete. This deliberate protest arose from the environment in which I lived, with its white beaches, its huge mountains, its old baroque churches, and the beautiful …
... wish you could try out the chairs though to see if they were comfortable at all. We continued our walk down the street past the National Library and across the street from the National Theatre. We then arrived at the TV Tower. We had to wait awhile in line to go up the tower but on the platform 75 metres above the ground we were treated to some great views of the city. The Tower was designed by Lucio Costa and was opened in 1967. It is ...
... were told it's in case of war and so aeroplanes can land on them!!
The JK memorial was the next stop - this was for the president who 'created' Brasilia, and inside is an exhibition about how the city came about, but as it is Monday today, it was closed!!
After this we drove to the São Joao Bosco Church. From the outside this was just a square, ...
... about the architecture, which is very modern. There is one problem with the layout: we are in a nice hotel in the hotel section, but there are no cafés, no shops nearby. After dinner, we wanted some ice cream and the only place we could find was the convenience store at the gas station next door. We wanted to watch the game this afternoon and thank goodness I ran into a lovely English couple in the lobby who told me of this ...
... best decision I've ever taken. It's for sure been life changing, and it'll for sure have a profound impact on the rest of my life. Saying good bye to the kids was probably the hardest moment I've ever had. It took a lot of hugging, holding hands and crying - both for the kids and for me!
I've learned a lot from the kids. Highly likely much more than they've learned from me. Besides of the humbling experience of being in an environment ...