Ananab, Guest house Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and big black bill then these iridescent green blue eyes. I've spent the last half hour on Wikipedia trying to find you guys the species but my nerd side failed out because aint nobody got time for that (there’s like 40 species and my internet is slower than a snail on the back of a turtle wading through caramel mixed with molasses.) There were also tons of little lizards in the garden. I spent much of my time in the gardens arguing with mason about ...
... first full day in Rio. The day we chose was pretty overcast but the views from the top of each were no less spectacular from those that fill travel mags at home. Given the pair of us (I was still with Sam at that time) only have to look at a light bulb to burn, it actually worked out pretty well. It was a great walk along Copacabana beach (see below!) but we had thought we'd come across endless coffee/breakfast shops en-route. We were sadly mistaken! Had we fancied a ...
The apartment has been recently refurbished, lacking only some furniture replacement, and has everything we need except light, as it’s on the first floor, and the streets are full of trees- vey handy in summer to keep the streets cool, but in winter we have to have lights on almost all the ...
... Only recently cleaned it was an impressive sight, as was the view. Next was a drive around the Maracană Stadium, one of the world's largest football stadiums before stopping for a buffet lunch.
After lunch we stopped at the Sambódromo, a permanent grandstand-lined parade avenue which is used during Carnival where we dressed up in costumes for a few pics. With a quick chance to look at the stain glassed images of the Cathedral of ...
... Muller, we joined Muhammad in a quick walk which became a jog, down to the beach. Unfortunately the Germans had retreated, history repeating itself, to the comfort of their hotel. On the steps down to the beach Muhammad jumped at the chance of being interviewed on Brazilian tv and not wanting us to feel left out, he asked the cameraman to film us walking towards him.
Disappointed not to have seen Thomas Muller and Phillip Lahm building sandcastles shaped like the World Cup, ...