Hotel Astoria Copacabana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Next day I had booked a tour hitting all of the highlights.
first there was the visit to the iconic Christ the Redeemer, the Art Deco statue overlooking the city. I loved it. Mind you I am a fan of Art Deco and I had just finished reading a fiction based around I its construction. since it is shoulder season there were virtually no crowds …
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... br> When we arrive, we find that the fort doesn't open until 10:00am! We have time to take a peek at the fish market. This small corner of world famous Copacabana Beach is reserved for local fishermen, who have been fishing here for centuries. Imagine getting here early in the morning and buying your fish directly from the fishing boat.
The breakfast is spectacular. The ...
... Ilha das Cobras – there was mention of them and coral snakes on the walk in the woods
Then up to the monastery (5 floors up a lift in a modern building!) but unfortunately closed for renovation and the views destroyed by more recent construction. Was a similar story in the convent. Thankful to see the impressive municipal theatre and the 2 storey 17th century viaduct
before heading back to the favela.
... run off this street and could not have been a starker contrast with the vivid mosaics patrolled by a security guard.
After a few snaps that were amazingly unimpeded we returned to the main street, not by way of the prostitute street so that we could have some food. It was quite a bit livelier here than Copa but it all looked rather American, deciding on a place that appeared reasonably popular we sat for a beer and to have another go at the meant to be famous Empadas ...