Casa Caminho Do Corcovado
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... de Janeiro has to offer. There were great Samba street drummers under the Arches of Lapa and clubs that go on until the early hours of the morning. Many street stalls sell Caprinhinas that are like rocket fuel as they contain so much cachaca and sugar!
Watching the sunet - We got to experience many great sunsets over Ipanema beach. It is very popular to watch the sunset from the rocks on Arpodor and everyone claps then ...
... get some lunch.
I went to the metro station Catagalo for about 3pm, and that’s where the free walking tour for today started. Our tour guide Gina took us around Copacabana beach, through parts of Ipanema and the beach there, and then to Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas. It was a pretty interesting tour, and much better than the one in Sao Paulo. I couldn’t believe how big Copacabana Beach was, and I couldn’t believe ...
... and a public holiday so people were sitting along the water having drinks and lunch... unfortunately we ran out of cash and there was no ATM so we could only think how nice an icey cold beer might beer. We also visited the Modern Art Gallery with interesting exhibits on the slave trade to Rio, the favelas and other exhibits on the history and social situations in Brazil. This was in the city centre where we went to a 'pay by the weight' restaurant where ...
... the glorious sunshine and enjoyed frolicking in the waves/tsunamis. We both got a little sun burned. After lunch we caught the metro to the Seleron steps in Lapa. This is a beautiful mosaic staircase covered in tourists. We attended a 'glow party' that night with a few girls from our hostel and, apart from a quality samba band with a large man and his tiny ukulele, we found it to be more than a little weird.
Today we headed over to the Christo (the big dude on the hill) where ...
... to some Scottish girls and we said our last farewells after downing Mijo’s brandy from Trogir in Croatia which we had been chilling for just this occasion before a mad dash to the airport. Arriving 1.5 hours before the flight we were told it was full and overbooked and wouldn’t be on the plane unless someone didn’t rock up. After a bit of a panic ,we made it on though probably in the most inebriated state we have ever boarded a plane in for the killer ...