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Watching the World Cup Away from the Fuss

Watching the World Cup Away from the Fuss
At the exquisite Bairro Alto Hotel, right in front of Largo do Camões, in the heart of the old part of town (map), Café Bar BA is showing every world cup game on three televisions they distributed through its three store bar. It’s easy to find a crowded and lively place to watch a football game. Still, although right in the middle of the fuss of Chiado and Bairro Alto, Café Bar BA is a comfortable and selected place where tranquillity abounds. Plus they serve excellent delicacies – salads,...
June 20th, 2010 | Alexandre Kühl Oliveira | Read More | Comments: 0
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Let The World Cup Inspire Your Children To Travel

Let The World Cup Inspire Your Children To Travel
When the world cup opening ceremonies were on, my daughter was fascinated by the music, the dancing, the bright costumes, and the strange giant beetle that kicked a giant soccer ball. The spectacle that took place in Johannesburg’s Soccer City (map) definitely captured her attention. We had to leave for school, but the show opened up a dialogue about South Africa, and what a fascinating country it is. At 4, she’s too young to grasp the politics, but she’s fascinated by the culture. When I...
June 19th, 2010 | Corinne McDermott | Read More | Comments: 1
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World Cup 2010 Parties

World Cup 2010 Parties
All eyes are on South Africa for the 2010 world cup tournament, and everyone is looking for a place to watch the matches.  Houston’s MLS soccer club, the Houston Dynamos, are hosting viewing parties at locations around the city.  All parties are free to the public, will feature appearances by the Dynamo Girls, and will include tons of games and prizes for spectators, with each location offering soccer fans food and drink specials.  If Team USA advances to the semis and/or finals the parties...
June 8th, 2010 | Christina Uticone | Read More | Comments: 1
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