Tulip Inn Recife Flat

Address: Rua Luiz Inacio Pessoa de Melo 81, Recife, State of Pernambuco, 51030-320, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua Luiz Inacio Pessoa de Melo 81, Recife, is near Do Carmo Square and Do Amparo.
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Travel Blogs from Recife

A Game In The Rain

A travel blog entry by mattlee18 on Jun 26, 2014

... miss kick off despite setting off with three hours to spare, Grafite and myself headed for our seats in the lower tier as Clean Shirt and Junior Lewis clambered up to their seats on the back row of the upper tier as we only missed the first couple of minutes.

The match seemed to be played in constant rain to a backdrop of empty red seats, I imagine intended for fans who gave up somewhere along the mammoth journey, judging on the number of people outside looking for tickets. ...

The final leg

A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Jun 24, 2014

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... was definitely a buyer's market that day, due to the location of the stadium being quite far from the city - this compared to Ben's Germany 2006 experience of getting over 700%25 of the face value for the 1 match he got rid of in the middle of Cologne - with tickets in Rio going for reportedly similar levels! Ben and Dan supported the mighty Costa Ricans, whilst Belinda was rooting for the more-fancied Italians. A goal from Bryan Ruiz, ...

Yes We (Mexi)CAN!

A travel blog entry by golds26 on Jun 20, 2014

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... in her eye to care about us, our tickets, or who we were pretending to be. Like the Netherlands after beating Australia, we were IN!! The game itself was okay. Costa Rica played great, with sharp passing and a relentlessness up front that won them a goal against Italy. The former World Cup champions, however, looked sluggish and uninspired, barely moving the ball down the field. Being there for that win was pretty incredible, with the humble island of Costa ...

63. Recife

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Jun 05, 2014

... was here before, the bar has upgraded from chairs on the street to chairs in a room and it is still really good. The joke among Eduardo's friends though, is that it is really rough, dirty and dangerous. 2 good brazilian sayings we learned were: If you're in the ****, spread your fingers; What's a **** when you are in deep ****. We spent a couple of nights at a local beach and small town just outside Recife called Porto de Galinhas, where you can actually swim. ...

Roaming in Recife

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 15, 2013

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... of the town.

The brief ride on the bus allowed us to take in our surroundings. As it was a weekday it was fairly busy, and the streets bustled with busy shoppers and workers. The shops and streets looked typical of those we’ve seen before in Brazil; once you leave the fashionable (expensive!) touristy areas the streets are slightly dilapidated with lots of peeling paint, tired-looking trees and plants, cafés ...