Convento De Sao Francisco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... in the Air Force, sports, his work, the U.S. Military, it was good banter. We strapped ourselves into the harnesses after waiting a while and we were ready to fly. We lined ourselves up on the jump pad and did some last minute checks, he gave me the count down and before I knew it we were running towards the cliff, we dropped off the end and instantly caught the wind. The flight was absolutely incredible. It was ...
... catch the van. Then it takes you part way up where you buy your ticket and then you waiting in another line to take another van. Then it is a slow climb up as the road is narrow and with cars parked on one side, the traffic going both ways has to navigate around them. Finally just when you think you are at the top, you stand in another line to catch another van to go to the very top. At last I got up to the statue but with the large crowds I ...
... disappointed we didn't see anyone doing this as some other girls at the hostel did. Serious FOMO. Third day was a little slower thanks to our very boozy night out in Rio at a churrascaria and an Irish bar. Were supposed to go hang gliding, but the winds were too strong for landing so it was cancelled. Both gutted as it would have been amazing, but also a bit relieved - as the hangovers wore off the nerves were really kicking in. Went to the Maracana instead ...
... other as much as 11 stories high. They have painted them in bright colours and crazy artwork on the walls everywhere. They are connected with tiny narrow alleys, the electric cabling hangs precariously with some using them to put shelters over, it really is an incredible site, most shanties have basic plumbing and electricity and they have views to die for. This particular favela is situated between two very wealthy areas in ...
... in the room sing every single word to every ****** pop song you´ve never wanted to hear again. It was such a blast. Turns out the Brazilian guy who led us around all night, Michel, is a bit of a hippie. He is smart and well educated on US culture (he lived in the states for 6 months). We talked about Monsanto, organic food, chem trails, etc. Took me right back to Vermont! Unfortunately, neither of us had phones on us so we couldnt exchange info and I ...