Monumental Bittar Hotel
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... check out the TV tower lookout in the middle of the city. As it turned out the top observation tower was closed due to the weather (and possible lightning) but I still got to go up to the cafe there, which gave a pretty impressive view of the city regardless. The top observation tower was closed for good reason; one of the windows inside was completely smashed from a storm.
There were 3 impressive buildings nearby that I wanted to see. Firstly Brasilia shopping, ...
... and disappointment. I felt like I belonged there.
The choices I’d made and the paths I’d chosen had all lead me to where I was now. I had chosen to come away traveling for the second time. Unaware at the time I booked my flight that my trip would coincide with the last ever Tangled. I had concluded that the cost of a return flight from Brazil was too great and that I could not afford to return home for one night only. Only now I was getting ...
... to Brasilia is uneventful, a one hour flight that lands on time.
We arrive in Brasilia and are impressed with the airport, it looks very new, before running to a TV screen to catch the second half of the Argentina/*****ia match. The TV at the airport cafe is a bit small and we are very far away and Blake has bad eyes, he needs glasses, that we end up leaving with the score 3-2 Argentina (Messi has been taken out at this point ...
Woke up feeling awful again today, we are both sleeping
terribly, so nabbed Emma first thing to say that if there was an option to
upgrade to a room at the campsite we are staying at in Brasilia then we
definitely wanted to do it. Two nights in a bed would be absolute heaven right
now. You can always tell when someone has had a few bad nights sleep on the
trot as they get so grumpy, and we ...
... countries celebrate. Somewhere in Brazil there must have been an edict for "eco-decorations" as everywhere we travelled we saw a lot of evidence of recycling with old plastic bottles turned into some quite amazing Christmas trees & decorations. Our last major city before Sao Paolo was Curitiba which has put a lot of effort into urban planning, transport and the environment. As a result, traffic runs smoothly and the several million head of ...