Arcos Rio Palace Hotel
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Brazilians are a people of passion- they don't do things half-heartedly! Arriving in Rio for Carnaval- I expected to be amongst the biggest party on Earth. What I didn't realize was the scale. The city essentially shuts down for the four days. Locals and tourists alike roam the street in a weird and wonderful array of fancy dress costumes - …
... is significantly warped - I'm still the only girl in my dorm and many of the British lads here seem to have spent their days hanging around the Copacabana Palace hotel in the hope they'll catch a glimpse of the England football team. But you can't fail to notice the tell-tale signs that not all Brazilians have welcomed the World Cup to their country with open arms. Protesters had erected anti-World Cup signs and a replica favela on Copacabana ...
... a little later we came across a tree where we saw one, two, three - there were at least six feeding on the fruit, which was a real treat! Definitely worth a visit! Evening Salsa!! I wasn't sure if I wanted to go this evening, but I thought I might as well as there was nothing else planned! We left the hotel and travelled across Rio to yet another district. Our evening included dinner, so we sat and awaited our meal - the food here has not been ...