Wembley Palace

Rua Espirito Santo 201, Belo Horizonte, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Belo Horizonte

Gatinhas and Gringos

A travel blog entry by liamkirby


... an old Brazilian friend. We met with Dan, Kai and Foggo at our apartment and it is nothing short of breathtaking, We are on the top floor of an apartment complex on Botafogo beach, with Sugarloaf mountain in the foreground. To the rear, Cristo Redentor looks directly out over onto us, his reliable protective arms offering us shelter.

We have visited Sugarloaf so far and plan to do Corcovado (Christ the Redeemer) tomorrow. You need to get there pretty early if you want ...

Favela's, Family and Football

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus


... people, and has an atmosphere like the stadium itself. We watch a nervous display by Argentina against Iran, in which the thousands of Argentinians were equally matched by every Brazilian supporting Iran. We were joined by Rowan, an English lad we met in the hostel. After the game, the three of us headed to Sugar Loaf mountain. On arrival we were encountered by a 3 hour wait for the cable car, so to Rowan's dismay, we decided to hike up. After a tough 30 min hike ...

Belo Horizonte and disappointment.

A travel blog entry by longwayround21


... with a few people we knew from Korea, we all seemed to be convening in BH by chance so we tried our best to catch up with everyone. Between the football and friends though, we didn't seem to get around to seeing any of Belo. Apparently there isn't an awful lot to see, and good job really. But we had an overall lovely time here and despite seeing mostly the inside of bars and stadiums, it's definitely been one of our favourite ...

England v Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by ashhigh


... right and Lucy had no issues and was rather smug knowing she had paid about 25% of the face value of the ticket! Although the hospitality lounge was a little full of wannabes and inconveniently was in a marquee next to the stadium, so without a ticket for me she couldn't make full use of the perks. The stadium itself is a concrete monstrosity that looks somewhat like a Roman amphitheatre, but it's big (seats 60,000) and ...

World Cup 2014

A travel blog entry by hazeange


So much has happened since I left you I don't know where to begin! Ok so we had our first World Cup game in Belo Horizonte, was awesome. Took an overnight bus from rio, arriving 6am, took our bags to our hotel assuming we'd have to leave them and stay out for the day but our room was ready! Huge touch, slept for a couple of hours, had showers and headed out ready for the big ...


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