Category Archives: Brazil 2014

Travel to Brazil Leads Through Miami

Travel to Brazil Leads Through Miami

Are you ready for the World Cup?  The director of Miami International Airport likens getting MIA ready to handle an extra 50,000 or so World Cup travelers this summer to a military operation.

 

It involves checking and rechecking. Will the toilets work, will the moving sidewalks all be running smoothly? And then there’s the big one: Will there be a logjam at Customs as passengers bound for the June 12-July 13 FIFA World Cup cities pass through MIA?

 

Read Mimi Whitefield’s Miami Herald article here:

http://hrld.us/1mqSbR9

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Manaus in Brazil, Ready to Rock for the World Cup 2014

Manaus in Brazil, Ready to Rock for the World Cup 2014

As a symbol of Brazil’s economic prowess, they are trying to turn an Amazonian jungle city into an international tourism destination.  Can’t fault them for trying…again.  But this time, the stars may have aligned, and they may pull it off.   At the end of the 19th century, building the Teatro Amazonas opera house inContinue Reading

Brazil Playing for World Cup Title At Home

Brazil Playing for World Cup Title At Home

On the field, Brazil is ready for the World Cup, off the field, it’s a different story. While organizers race against the clock to get the country ready to host the tournament, the national team is counting the days until the June 12 opener against Croatia.  Either way, it’ll be fun. Read Tales Azzoni’s AssociatedContinue Reading

Brazil: Coca-Cola to fly 22 consumers to Brazil for World Cup

Brazil: Coca-Cola to fly 22 consumers to Brazil for World Cup

Coke lives in the world of aspiration and good times.  If you’re a soccer fan and a Coca-Cola fan, what better time than to have a Coke at the Maracanã in July 2014?  Loyal consumers of premium non-alcoholic drink, Coca-Cola, are in for a jolly ride in this season of football.  Coca-Cola is promising toContinue Reading

Brazil 2014 Tickets Hard to Come By

Brazil 2014 Tickets Hard to Come By

Thinking of traveling to Brazil this summer to take in a few World Cup matches? You better hope you already have your tickets in hand. Despite the slew of bad news coming out of Brazil: the unfinished infrastructure, the unrelenting crime, and the general malaise about the Brazilian’s ability to host an event of thisContinue Reading

Garrincha’s Memory in Pele’s Shadow

Garrincha’s Memory in Pele’s Shadow

Everybody who is not a Brazilian counts Brazil as their second favorite soccer team. If the Dutch gave us “Total Football” the Brazilians gave us “The Beautiful Game”. And one player symbolizes that for true aficionados more than any other, and it’s not Pele, or any of the other Brazilian household names. The single playerContinue Reading