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- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... 35°c! Alejandro took us away from the crowds to his favourite beach, Ipanema. The sea was freezing so Hayley and I sat on the sand with the less crazy members of the group, while the others went for a dip! There were dozens of people selling their wares; sarongs, huge pieces of beautiful fabric, beer and drinks, bracelets and... drum roll please... GRILLED HALLOUMI CHEESE!! Oh my goodness I thought my birthday and Christmas day had both come at once. What a ...
... we could do. Loosing your wallet in South America, on the day of the World Cup final?...you are never going to see that again! :-( we tried cheering Jess up, but took awhile. We were all really annoyed and didn't know how to help find her wallet. We headed to the beach and scored a spot, surrounded by Argentines...surprise surprise. Funniest thing was watching everyone try to swim in the crazy Copacabana surf. Massive shore dumpers. We took turns in minding the bags, we didn't ...
... It's a fun and energizing way to spend a morning!
One of the highlights of today was stopping at the little food booth run by a group of Baiana women. They are from the state of Bahia - north east of Rio. Bahia is an area that we have yet to visit, but it is definitely on my list for a future trip. It is an area of Brazil with a rich cultural history heavily influenced by ...
... with black seats and the floor covered in gravel and coloured stones. The walls are covered in dolls and teddy bears. This was our farewell dinner as we are all heading home tomorrow and some are leaving at different times. There was a seafood and salad buffet for starters and then the waiters came to the tables with various cuts of meat. The steak was beautifully cooked and melt in the mouth. However, the drinks service was very slow and though we certainly ...
... city from the top. So we crept into this tiny elevator and scaled the building to see the Sao Paulo skyline from a little different perspective.
The days were churning through really quickly and with so much to see we had to limit it somewhat to allow us to meet our schedule for the rest of the trip. Rach’s pick then was to visit ...