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... here –
the snagging list is as long as BR101! Still, was worth seeing the flying
saucer art museum beautifully located on a rocky promontory, so got a bus to
that too, having grabbed a bagful of cozinhos to go – not sure exactly what
they were (deep fried small fishy balls?). Entry was steep, price wise!, so
viewed from outside and headed back, even closer this time to the pale green
wedding cake that is Ilha Fiscal, hanging by a ...
... with crispy smoked bacon in it. It is absolutely unbelievable! Why was this our first time trying this?
Sunday was spent at another beautiful beach, Ipanema which is just next to Copacabana. We also went for a nice but challenging run along the Copacabana promenade. On Sunday's they close off the road along the beach front so there are loads of people running, rollerblading, cycling. There are also loads of boot camp sessions ...
... in the sun for a few hours. It was so nice for some heat after not getting any since leaving the Galápagos Islands nearly a month ago! We then decided to head to Sugarloaf mountain to get a view over the city at for sunset. Two cable cars took us to the top of sugarloaf and the views over the city were amazing, just like what you see in the postcards! Because we came so late in the day we were lucky enough to see the city in the daytime, see the ...
Walking into the stadium it was amazing. The atmosphere was incredible with all the German and Argentina fans. When both teams walked out into the stadium the crowd were screaming for their countries. It's been my dream to go to the World Cup final and finally I'm here! Just seeing the cup being lifted up by the Germans was unforgettable. When Germany won, the atmosphere was incredible with all the German fans cheering. It was truly the best experience of ...
... Cristo Redentor! The most iconic image of the city of Rio, it was up a lot of steep roads to the first queue. Then further more road to reach the second gate. When we got there, steps! And more steps...but I promise you this, when we get to the top and look up at the towering figure. It is mind blowing. Take a step to the other side of the statue and look out at the city. Now that is an image I will never erase from my memory. Truly worth the wait. After the much quicker ...