Cama e Cafe
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
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We arrived in Rio just before midnight and headed straight to our hostel. The next morning we started planning our day on the nice outdoor terrace over breakfast. It felt great to be back in hot weather and couldn't wait to head out. Our hostel was a short walk away from Copacabana beach so we headed there first; you can't beat a city with a beach, especially one with swell, but unluckily for us, or luckily for us there wasn't any so we could focus on different ...
... at sugarloaf was truly special. We stayed up there for a couple of hours with beers, ice cream and the best view in all of Rio.
Day 3 - An early start today with a walking tour around the Centro of the city. Navigated the Rio metro successfully and met our sweaty guide for the morning, Carioca Jessie. It was HOT again, 30 degrees and soaring. Having got a good overview of Rio the day before, we enjoyed being on the ground and feeling the heart of the city. ...
... this beach. As Marco suddenly headed for an advertising sign, we did not know what he was doing exactly. When we reached there, he pressed a button and it sprayed water mist from the advertising sign that gave us a little cool. It was now almost noon and the thermometer climbed now up against 43 degrees. In order to escape the afternoon heat, we went on our way back to Marcos apartment. The afternoon heat was so intense here that not even the locals like Marco likes this time ...
... were both feeling a little hungover, so I was glad to see the caipirinhas had not only hit me.
We caught the boat from the Aquario hostel at 1:30pm and headed back to Conceišao. This ride felt like it took twice as long as the ride to get to the island, but by about 2:30pm we were back on the mainland. We didn’t have to wait long for our vans to get there, but there was all kinds of confusion about which van I was supposed to get in. There ...
... tiles and people from all over the world sent him tiles to be included in the stairs. We were able to find at least three tiles from Canada. We drove past the arches on our way to the last stop, a large, modern cathedral built in downtown Rio. It was not a traditional looking church instead looking like an ancient Greek structure. We didn't spend much time there because it was essentially closed (we got one brief look in the large sliding doors). We ...