Mc Flats The Claridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not realize at the time that they were going thru all my pockets. By the end of the strip my dad and Chris asked me to check my pockets and everything was gone...my initiation to South America as a 18 year old.
The traffic in Rio from the airport to our hotel was pretty heavy. It took about 45 minutes to get to our flat on Ave. Riana Elizabeth (only 1 1/2 blocks from Copacabana beach and 4 blocks from Ipenima beach.
We were met by ...
... t be in a dorm to meet people as no one here was really going to carnival. It was more of a hostel were students stay long term when they are studying. There was one Dutch guy who was there for carnival. The first job I needed to do was get a bus ticket to leave on 17th, I didn't want to get stuck here. So the owner very kindly got two students from Brazil to take me down the road to a bus ticket office and they bought my ticket for me, the man didn't speak English in the bus shop ...
... we got as high as we could on the bus, it was time to get off and meet our guide. He was a very nice guy and you could tell he was a very liked person in the neighbourhood....we stuck to him like glue! The favela was a pretty crowded place with lots of winding alleyways and nooks and crannies. Although it wasn't scary when we were there, I wouldn't fancy wandering around by myself! After the favela, we hopped on a bus to Ipanema for a stroll. We walked all the ...
... in order to increase tourism. So while roads are improving and more tourists can come point and take pictures of the "monkeys" in the favellas, there still are no hospitals and there is still extreme poverty. This has been the main reason for crime lately, and you can sense an underlying resentment amongst certain Brazilians. I don´t blame them, but it is a bit unnerving at times. Anyway, this didnt stop us from trying to check out one of the ...
So we arrived back in BH on the 23rd and went for some typical local food recommended by our hosts before just chilling that night in preparation for England v Costa Rica next day. Matt and I arrived at Stadio Minerão, with an English lad we'd met in Rio, at 11ish and despite the lack of importance, the atmosphere was well and truly building. After a few beers, we went in and took our position up in the Gods. A distinctly ...