Arosa Rede Rio Hotel
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Great day again today. Took the cog train up to the Jesus statue. Great views of Rio. Then went to copacabanna for lunch to watch the Greece / Columbia game. Great atmosphere. Lots of chants from the Colombians. After a rest went downtown rio to watch another game. Today's pictures may be on yesterday.
Today went to go see Jesus but it was cloudy so we walked a good ways to Sugarloaf mountain. Great views of the city. Then walked another good ways to lunch. Food has been ok. nothing spectacular yet. Going out tonight so hopefully it will be good. And it was good! Ate at Porcao! Tim's work friends treated us to dinner and then gave us gifts. Awesome people and great dinner.
Arrived At Rio around 10 AM yesterday. While at the airport we got our tickets for our games. Then checked into the hotel and thenm went down to copacabanna to fan fest to watch the Brazil game.
... of bars and cantina-style restaurants and, though lively, felt very relaxed. We found a very bare but very full bar that served huge sharing portions of meat, chicken and chips (everything you've ever wanted) alongside litre bottles of beer so we settled down and tucked in! Of course, it didn't hurt that the waiter was an Enrique-esque Brazilian hot-rod sausage (Scott's words, not mine)!
Hot-rods aside, we did manage to see some of the more traditional ...
... evening and we had to then walk quite a long way through quite a lot of people to secure a cab and take us back to Lapa. We had decided earlier to go to Rio Scenarium again for dinner and dancing so we promptly got dressed and hit up the venue. Dinner was good, the Lava cakes were sublime and the drinks started flowing. We met a group of Aussie boys and danced until about 6 then hit the roads to get home. All in all, hectic day!!! :) Buenos nachoes!!! ...