Arosa Rede Rio Hotel
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After getting to the airport with lots of time to spare, not forgetting my passport, I met with Aylin (my old colleague). She helped me buy some headphones and we went for a coffee and catch up. I ended up missing my first flight (I'm blaming the check in guy). Luckily, BA decided to book me on a direct flight to Rio, with no change at Madrid to an …
... 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!!! ...
... then Eliana (our guide for the day) picked us up from the Hotel. First stop on our tour for the day was Corcovado (Christ the redeemer). We arrived at the cog railway that takes you up the statue – it was a zoo of people so it was great to have Eliana there to help us. She was a great guide, half Turkish, half Brazilian (a true Carioca) and very knowledgeable. We took the carriage up to the top, through the amazingly lush rainforest (As Eliana ...
... historical center's most beautiful
buildings, including the Municipal Theater and the National Museum of
Fine Arts . If you're looking for something more exciting, you can
always enjoy international DJs at one of Rio's many nightclubs such as
Nuth Barra, which is in Barra da Tijuca. But if you prefer, take a Samba
lesson with the Rio Samba Dancers.
Restaurants range from the casual, hidden in the suburbs ...