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 - …
I can't believe we are here. We have been looking forward to this for so long....but we are meeting it with mixed emotions. Looking forward to checking out what Rio Carnival is all about and at the same time a bit sad knowing we will be saying goodbye to a bunch of new mates. We got busy in Rio....ticking off loads of touristy things.
... He explained that he is making his house into a hostel and I cannot recommend it more thoroughly. He made us feel so welcome as his mother hand made us cassava chips and we drank Antarctica beer on the rooftop in his home in the favela. The view was amazing and everyone is just so happy. I have never felt more at home away from home. We also met our Brazilian mother when we met Carlos' mum, another beautiful soul! A litre and a half later Kathy and ...
... from French pirates and buccaneers and three forts line the entry to Guanabara bay.In 1840 there were 240 000 slaves in Rio.
The photos we are familiar with looking down from Christ the Redeemer and Sugar Loaf Mountain are of the bay of Guanabara and its surrounding beaches and neighborhoods.The original historic center is on the bay going in land but neighborhoods ,some who's names we may recognize,Copacabana and Botafogo soon developed around the early city.Rio is the ...