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Places to stay in Recife, Brasilia and Fortaleza

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Hi Everyone, I always find great advise and tips for my trips here. I hope you can help me with this:

My husband and I are going to the world cup in Jun and July and the matches we have are in Brasilia, Recife and Fortaleza. I have red so much about security issue in some places in Brasil an I was wondering if anyone can suggest places to stay or safe areas where to look for a hotel in this cities. I also red that some people are renting rooms in their places, what do you think about that?

Any comments would be highly appreciated.

Thanks

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