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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... s) / Party(s): Dilma Rousseff (President)
Ethnicities (% breakdown): 47.7% White, 43.1% Mulatto, 7.6% Black, 1.1% Asian, 0.4% Indigenous
National Language(s): Portuguese
Religion(s) practiced (% practiced): Catholic 65%, Protestant 22%, Other 5%, None 8%
Traditional Cuisine Descriptions: European, African, and Amerindian influences. (Bobo de Camarao, Cuzcuz, Arroz e feijao)
Traditional Dress Descriptions: Brazilian clothes are ...
... would state that if you steal from any of my people I will cut your hand off. Now the drug lords have no say people don't care as much. It was a shame the weather was so bad as the views from the favelas would have been amazing. Walking around we were surprised at how good the houses were, nothing like the African slums. They had concrete walls, a roof and electricity. Some houses were built better than others but overall not a bad set up. The favelas ...
... br> I am now sat in the Hotel Argentina, which if I hadn't been in 5* luxury for the past three nights would be what I'm normally used to!
But first, today - yes it was 'A Beautiful Day' as I predicted this morning - and if this is winter, then summer must be boiling, as it was pretty hot out there today!
After I checked out and left my bag at the hotel, I decided to walk along ...
... the ceremony. Then it was out and down to the beach to soak up some atmosphere. We headed down to Copacabana palace where there were mass amounts of police men and security as well as helicopters flying overhead. We heard rumours of Beyoncé and Shakira doing a free show but we didn't see anything. The beachfront was so packed. There were people walking up and down the beach all celebrating and ...
Hey! I've not been able to post a often because the internet in Rio is generally awful and we have been busy!! I can fill you in the past few days worth of shena****ns. Let's start with Sugar Loaf Mountains. We walked down just 15 minutes to reach the base station for the climb up! We purchased our tickets and headed up. The Sugar Loaf is divided into two climbs, the first climb took us to a mid point which was beautiful. We enjoyed some juice and ice cream in the gorgeous ...