The Barcelona midfield star has added his family vineyard – Bodega Iniesta – to Airbnb, offering two lucky guests the chance to be hosted by one of the world’s most celebrated footballers.
Watching football / soccer in Berlin and Brussels is a wonderful experience. I watched the Sweden v Paraguay game at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin during the 2006 World Cup and there was a wonderful atmosphere. 50,000 Swedish fans and 200 Paraguayan fans were in attendance plus some neutrals like me. Recommended.
Here they are according to The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/may/14/top-10-budget-restaurants-rio-de-janeiro
Lisbon is hosting the Champion’s League final in 2014 – here are some places to stay http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/may/09/top-10-hotels-apartments-in-lisbon
Head out of the huge cities of Rio and São Paulo to find peaceful pousadas where you can swing in a hammock and walk along stunning beaches backed by verdant rainforest http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/mar/11/rio-sao-paulo-brazil-top-10-budget-beach-hotels-pousadas
If you didn’t already know, Brazil is hosting the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and, with all due respect to the Winter Olympics, the World Cup is the biggest sports event of 2014 by a long way. Some ideas for sight-seeing can be found in this article from The Observer in the UK http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/jan/26/holidays-in-brazil-highlights-rio-sao-paulo
Brazil is hosting the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and here is an excellent guide to the country. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destination/brazil/102278/Brazil-an-essential-guide.html
Fans of soccer (or football as it’s called in many countries) are sometimes portrayed as violent thugs. These people give the beautiful game a bad name. To begin to set the record straight, read this story about the generosity of some Bournemouth fans towards the fans of their opponents in the third round of theContinue reading “Soccer Fans Generosity”