Brasil 21 Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Museum (Closed) and the Metropolitan Cathedral were next , and when I got there the clouds started coming in and it began to rain a little so I sheltered inside the Cathedral which was thankfully open. I'm actually glad it started raining because I never would have come inside here if it didn't. Incredible church! There was even a section on the wall, where, due to its curvature you can speak at the wall at a normal volume and someone on the other ...
... that opens up into a pleasantly surprising, bright blue open circular chamber with three massive angels hanging from the center above the pews. The walls are made of stained glass in all shades of blue and white that make the interior glow, it’s really peaceful.
I asked a taxi to take me to the end of the mall, but he said no, you walk. Hot as Hades, I walked along the Ministries Esplanade with cloned buildings lining the main ...
... who didn't: spoilers ahead. So the first half was good, but no points scored, it was in the second half that the goals were scored. Colombia were attacking our end, and a couple of goals in quick succession, one from our corner, which was great to see. And even better to be surrounded by all the Colombia fans. A relief for everyone. And everyone got totally into the chants and excitement. Another for Colombia, more adoration chants. And finally, some relief for Ivory ...
... up, so we got half a chicken each for lunch
We had about 30 minutes drive into Brasilia and our hostel, so we got loaded back up and headed off to the hostel
(Which is quite nice, but again a dormitory, even though I don’t really like mixed ‘dorms’; these has all been clean and tidy with no bugs and have showers and proper toilets, so no really complaints)
We dropped off our bags and went for an l9ok round, (we are here for one ...
Being a new capital city built in the 60s Brasil is a testament to the utility of cement. No need to dress it up, decorate or cover it. It's the modern colour, the new black, the cutting edge of urban design. Massive public buildings built in kids building block shapes separated by wide cement avenues, flat grass parks crisscrossed by cement pathways and young trees growing ...