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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... feel for the city. So off we went to a Forro night in Lapa, the city's party area. It was a good idea as I got to know people from the hostel and figure out what I would do the next couple of days.
In my time here so far I have been to the following sites in the city, these were through free walking tours, organised expeditions or just simple exploration. Christ the Redeemer statue (Cristo Redentor) on Corcovado, Sugar ...
... from Araraquara for food and some drinks on the beach. There was 16 of them, mostly German and nearly all European and some of us went for Brazilian food and some seafood.
On Sunday morning I visited the Botantic Garden, which I had been assured was not a park with flowers in it. It was a lot better than what I thought it would be; it was more like different forests (each with different trees/plants from different areas of ...
After a good breakfast in the hostel we took a van (after lots of queueing) to the top of Corcovaldo and ascended the stairs to Christ. Amazing views and the statue is immaculate, only thing was that it was very crowded with people. Could see more of Rio from the Corcovaldo than Sugar Loaf and the beaches stretch for miles!
Descended at lunchtime and went back to ...
We had just completed about 8 hours of flying and it was 4am in the morning but we had arrived in Rio. Again, we noticed that beautiful sulphur smell as we stepped out at the airport and walked down to our cab. We then negotiated quite strictly with our cab company as they were trying to charge us $130 raeis. We knew we could get it for $80 and we did, much to our original drivers displeasure. So, we arrived firstly at the hostel up the road to grab the keys ...
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Finally, we get to the point where the train tracks intersect with the path and we follow the train tracks up. About halfway up, we come across a lookout point, and stop to appreciate the view (and give David a nice long rest). We continue on and eventually reach the train station at the top, thinking this is where we are supposed to stop. I sort of stand there looking around at how to get up and all of a ...