Casa Aurea Pousada-Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back. Other techniques we learned were hip movements (aligning the hips and turning them) and shoulder movements. In two hours, we made great improvements as amateur samba dancers. Sadly, we had to make our leave to accomplish our next challenge in Switzerland.
$8,305.20 (Flight to Brazil cost)
$408.24 (Total spent in Brazil)
Total spent: $8713.44
... make them safer places to be. The big tunnels we have today, linking the many parts of the city together were the start of the favelas or at least Rochina which was the first. People came from rural areas to Rio for work and decided to build there houses on government land. Overtime more houses were built by local people and before you knew it there were thousands of houses all perched on the hills. A law was in place to say that if you had lived there for ...
... also brilliant, so many cute hole in the wall restaurants serving giant grill platters and delicious seafood. They had a music festival on while we were there and had some very talented buskers strutting their stuff to entertain you over dinner around the main square. One guy was amazing and had 2 rocks attached to long pieces of string which he whirled around like a tap dancer on steroids at 100 miles an hour with some sexy tango moves thrown in. My favourite buskers ...
OK - admit it, you saw the title and sang it! It certainly sums up the weather this morning- it's absolutely beautiful - a perfect day to be going to Corcovado to Christ the Redeemer! Now, this is one thing most people have on their bucket list and never actually get to do but I am going up there for the second time in less than 4 months! The last time was Good Friday, so I am hoping its a little ...
... We found a nice little spot outside a restaurant where we could easily see a TV screen. We had no table to stand around but managed to talk a waiter into letting us use two empty kegs and a bit of wood as table for us to stand around and put our drinks on. We bought a bottle of vodka to drink during the game but we weren't allowed to drink it there. Bit of a shame as everywhere else in Brazil you can ...