Brasil 21 Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The national Cabinet, is is pretty amazing building that changes every day. The window shades are yellow/gold colour and can how open they are is adjusted by the people working inside, therefore the facade changes all the time. The Tribunal of accounts was next, but they wouldn't let me inside, again because I had shorts on! What the ****! it is liek 40 degrees, who the hell wants to walk around in this heat in ...
... They even created a man-made lake.
I had a couple free hours so I walked down toward the cockpit of the plane to the iconic buildings Brasilia is known for. Let me just say - the place is weird. You feel it the instant you get off the plane. I'm sure when you get out of the planned section, there is real life, but this pre-fabed city is dead. I felt no soul, no energy, no human anything. Someone asked if I was scared to walk alone. ...
... in the picture!
Brasilia was swarming with 40,000 Colombians, as we made our way to Estadio Nacional for the Colombia v Ivory Coast match, which finished 2-1. The atmosphere was terrific, the game entertaining and we supported Howard Webb... We made a swift exit from the stadium to watch Luis Suarez knock England out of the World Cup in a reasonably unsympathetic bar.
Onward bus to Salvador, 22 hours (after another night in an airport to cut costs).
... interesting ‘meal made while we were on the road and in camp (I was with Gemma and Rob, we made chicken, rice and mixed it with cabbage, sweet corn, onions and pineapple, it really was a hit with everyone, and most had ‘seconds’ and the pots were cleaned, always a good sign of a good meal when there is nothing left)
We spent the night in a car park, as it was a bit dubious about just pulling over and camping, apart from the trucks, it was ideal ...
... to Sao Paolo for a connection to Brasilia. By the time we were getting off the bus in Brasilia, they were landing at Heathrow.
Brasilia is the modern capital of Brazil, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. It was completed in 1960, with a very forward thinking urban plan and a lot of futuristic Niemeyer buildings. I remember learning about it at primary school and it had always fascinated me. It is a very strange city in that the centre has a lot of ...