Promenade Casa Del Mar
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... the climb was worth the effort. This was one of the nicest locations we've been to. It was nestled high in the hills with a view to die for. The restaurant, called Aprazivel, consists of several open multi level decks with thatched roofs and incredible views overlooking the city. The food was Brazilian fusion and was melt in your mouth fantastic. I had a chicken dish (which the waiter said was by far the best dish in the restaurant) and Vic ...
... like it was swearing. Awesome. Christ the redeemer was some much smaller than I thought it was going to be but it's on a much higher hill! Pretty good views from up there. Sugar loaf was sooooo high. It took 2 cable cars to get there. The views were absolutely stunning. Epic. Anyhoo my phone died so there's only one photo for you at the mo. All the rest are on my camera so enjoy a wonderful selfie of me and Fran on the roof of our hotel in front of copacabana beach. ...
... just a few blocks from the hotel. The food is very good, but the portions are out of control. They are worse than in the U.S.!
DAY 3 Rio de Janeiro
Great night sleep..... Morning free so I walk the streets to shop and people watch. If you are going to bring back souvenirs from Rio, I suggest Havaiannas. You can get them in the US, but they are 100% made in Brazil. Other souvenirs to bring back from Brazil are coffee and chocolate truffles! I ...
... my "plip plops" (-penny) from the strong pull of the waves! I went back to the hostel and there were people on the patio having drinks so I joined them. Most of them are from England surprisingly! We spent a few hours chatting and drinking and then we went to the "Lapa". The Lapa is like the street where there are many bars and lots of street dancing. It starts at this massive aqueduct thing and goes for awhile. It took us a long time to get there in the ...
... people from São Paulo and a couple from Sydney. I wasn't the only Aussie who was visiting the favela.
Tiago and Dani arrived at around 10pm. By then I was already tipsy from the beer. We all had an early night and decided to have an early one the next day.
The next day we woke up to an amazing buffet breakfast. We then decided to go for a hike and explore the view of Rio from a different perspective. It took around 2 hours to walk to the ...