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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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12th June Apparently the Natal airport had only been open for a month and was made specifically for the World Cup. The design of the building was amazing! Look it up! To kill a bit of time we had a quick hacky session but soon got told off by security so had to give that a rest. We arrived in rio about 9:30am. The airport was quite a distance out of town so we decided to catch a bus rather than a taxi. We hopped on a bus that was making its way to Copacabana where we ...
... We had plenty of adventures prior to this last big-ticket sightseeing excursion, as well. It had all started with our overnight bus ride from Ouro Preto to Rio. Only seven hours long, it was always going to be too short to get a good night's sleep; unfortunately, we couldn't sleep until the last couple of hours, because most of the ride consisted of briefly accelerating down a winding mountain road, then slamming on the brakes as we went over countless speed ...
Went up to a sugerloaf mountain for a view of the city. Went and watched Germany vs Portugal and then headed up to the Christa de Reima. Boat party at 11pm. Bumped into some Adelaide blokes and sold 2 tickets to Netherlands game. Got back to hostel at ...
... he explained to me that you need a rifle to kill mosquitoes in the amazon.... Ha. Ha. Ha... ****. We had to jump out of the van at one stage as he needed a lighter car to do a hill start then we hopped back on board to go to the top of the favela. When we arrived Carlos instructed us where to go. We went through this odd back ally way and for a while it seemed a bit strange as to where we were going. Then we hit the jungle and the intense climb of ...
... impressive Christ the Redeemer, the latter providing better views of the city on a clearer day. The only issue with the statue is the number of people (Karen and I included) who try to replicate Jesus himself for a photograph causing probably the highest rate of pokes in the eye per square foot in the world. Ending our time in Rio we visit a samba themed restaurant and sample some traditional caipirinhas. The drinks, like everything in Brazil are heavily laden with sugar but not short ...