Casa Caminho Do Corcovado
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Things to do in Rio de Janeiro#1 In Rio you can spend a day at the Grumari Beach.
#2 You can also take a hike to the Tijuca National Park.
#3 Another fun activity is to go to the Christ the Redeemer and Corcovado.
#4 Finally you can go to the Museum of Modern Art.
... our hostel. What a mission. The two addresses we had got off Google and booking.com were useless and we walked around for ages up and down the few streets before trying along the beach before seeing s small sign for it and an arrow. We checked in and the place was schmick. Could see the water from our window and had a fridge to store some food. Pity its only 2 nights. We set off to the local supermarket and grabbed dinner supplies before going for a walk town to see if ...
... it is very cool and windy with swell - first day the weather has been against us, so this wasn't a good choice. We do pass under the 14 km bridge (built in 1969-74) 9 km of which is over the sea - it is 72m at its highest point - it was the 2nd longest in the world, is now the 6th longest. The bridge has a one way toll. On the sea side of the bridge there is a flotilla of support boats for the oil rigs which operate off shore. Edson points out ...
... a great view of Sugarloaf, and some of the surrounding neighborhoods. I grabbed a quick bite to eat and then had a walk over to Gloria metro station where I met up with Graeme and Hillary, who I haven’t seen since the Super Bowl in Sao Paulo. We took a walk up to the neighborhood of Santa Teresa which is supposed to be one of the nicer and more colonial neighborhoods in the city. It was nice enough, but it didn’t seem like anything ...
... of hours later we were well into the festival atmosphere and listening to the energetic cover muso for the day Rick Mayfield who was a slicker version of Keith McDonald from Fat Cat and Friends. Chris soon arrived and thought he'd buy a few Jagers for old times’ sake making for a very entertaining last few hours with us all dancing in the square with one man band Rick and Al getting his air guitar on, and the locals, who thought we were all a bit mad. Al gifted ...