Caesar Park Rio De Janeiro Ipanema Managed By Sofitel
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Day 14 – November 4
We had breakfast at the restaurant on top of the Caesar Park, which offered sweeping views of Ipanema Beach, Sugarloaf and much of Rio. What a way to start the day!
Our first destination was as it should be: the 125-foot Christ The Redeemer, one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World. The statue, …
Day 15 – November 5
We had breakfast on top overlooking Ipanema again. What a life!
We boarded our bus and head off for a two-hour boat ride aboard a schooner in Guanabara Bay. We darted in and out of the jutting hills/mountains, and took in many sights we hadn't seen from land, including a spaceship-shaped building designed …
Day 13 -- November 3
Tall and tan.
And young and lovely.
The girl from Ipanema goes walking.
And when she passes
Each one she passes goes 'Ahhhh.'
-- Antonio Carlos Jobim
Today we headed to our third and last country: Brazil. And the jet set city of Rio and its famous Ipanema Beach. The airport is the Tom …
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We arrived in Rio after the amazing morning at the waterfalls. The drive from the airport first passes through the northern part of the city. Here the …
... Brazilian brother) and he paid our fare and took us to the Favela Do Vidigal Here we then jumped in a van to go higher up into the favela. Believe me, if you can drive in Rio, you can drive anywhere. This was a complete shambles of chaos however, somehow it manages to work. It's organised chaos! On the way I explained to Carlos how Australia has too many rules and because of this it makes us stupid on the road. He seemed to find this utterly hilarious, ...