O Veleiro Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsO Veleiro Bed and Breakfast Rio de Janeiro
Beautiful location, lovely room and breakfasts, and the most wonderful hosts! Highly recommend!
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... and don´t even exist in the states. At the market, we bought some real cashews. I say "real" because they were roasted in front of me and tasted and looked different than they cashews we get in the US. We tried a bunch of different fruits but my favorite was an artichoke-looking-thing (dont know the name). When cut open, the meat had a consistency like fish, but was as sweet and tasty as can be. We also bought some suco do caju, or ...
... I think we could of named our price for those tickets before kick off but no money could replace seeing King Suarez in the flesh, doing what he does best. As one of the lads pointed out, a chance and a half and two goals, a privilege to see a world class footballer on top of his game. The gang have arrived in Rio for our last two games, festivities have certainly stepped up a notch here. Stay tuned for further pathetic match ...
... least a strike. We had a very busy first few days visiting the main tourist attractions. Christ on his hill surrounded by clouds was made better by the monkeys jumping around in the trees. Victoria loves monkeys and these were the funny tiny ones with grey fluffy ears. The worlds smallest primate apparently. This was followed by going up Sugar Loaf mountain at sunset which was much better and more impressive. The landscape of Rio and the surrounding area is incredible, with lumpy ...
... after visiting the mountain we were told about a short walking track around the Mountain’s base adjacent to the sea. We thought we’d have a look and found some hungry monkeys looking for a cheap feed.
That afternoon we headed back to Copacabana before walking over to the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon which was the big lagoon we could ...
... or someone’s front door. People’s
doors and windows were wide open for airflow. It is quite possible to be
in someone’s living room by taking a wrong turn.
It was disconcerting at first but as I made my way to the bottom, the
sidewalk widened out and more and more direct sunlight made it to the
sidewalk. By the time I got to the bottom, it was just like any slum
neighborhood in the States except with a better paint job and probably a