Augusto´S Paysandu Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAugusto´S Paysandu Hotel Rio de Janeiro
This place was very nice for the location of it. I liked being able to walk anywhere and feel safe. I did not like how we had to pay extra for WiFi.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Augusto´S Paysandu Hotel Rio de Janeiro
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... managed to keep hold of it. After about 2 hours we reluctantly went to get the bus back to our starting point. As we were waiting the clouds rolled in and the views were totally hidden. We couldn't even see Cristo Redentor from the base of it. We could actually see the clouds roll in. Check out the pictures. We felt really bad for the people just arriving. There would be no spectacular views for them. We took the hair raising trip back down ...
... up in good time so strolled down to the beach for a final juice and a coffee. We sat at our usual thatched restuarant and enjoyed the last few moments looking out at the white sand and turquoise water. We would miss it, but on the other hand we all felt that it was also fine to head home. Our transfer picked us up on time and we reached Natal airport some 2 chatty hours later (our driver was a very talkative and friendly guy,). GOL was ...
... the bags and instruments up but when I saw the apartment, I knew it wasn't going to work for us. We saw pictures on airbnb but they didn't show that it was very tiny and very dirty! He had washed the dishes but inside the fridge was filthy the bathroom floor and shower were in desperate need of a scrubbing and the toilet had never met a toilet brush! The bedroom was littered with his clothes and the blanket on the bed was stained and smelly! There were two ...
... 8 inches taller than he is. Unfortunately, it started to rain and the clouds came in. Apparently it doesn't matter if it's sunny or raining; it's all about the wind and the visibility. At that point we couldn't see 30 feet from the edge of the ramp. In some ways it was a good thing as I really wanted Darren to be there when I went to jump. Finally after 2+ hours of waiting the boys arrived at the top. It turns out, that while they were waiting, they both had started to question ...