Convento De Sao Francisco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... he thought everyone in the hostel was a bell end aswell but when we go back to the hostel he is bum chums with them all and ends up on a nightout with them, hes a nugget like the rest of them. Speak to other dude rob, hes on same wavelength as me, really cool guy. After asking where he was from it turns out he lives a 10 minute walk around the corner from sam and pete in sydney, such a small world. Gonna share taxi with him tomorrow cause his flights at 3pm from RIO ...
... party. It was up on the 23rd floor - a balmy, cool night with a guitarist in the pool area. It was tough saying goodbye to these guys. We've spent the last twenty days sharing some wonderful experiences. Bit sad. But we're also happy to be back on our own again. It's nice to be able to go wherever we want to. The last few days will be chilling by the pool or on the ...
... again to watch the sunset, because I couldn't get enough of it.
The next day was already my last one. The weather changed and it rained a bit, so I decided to go to a museum in the city center, which had nice expositions about slavery, favelas and some work of Oscar Niemeyer.
After visiting the museum, I packed my bag at the hostel and took a bus back to Sao Paulo. It was a great short trip in an amazing city, definately go there again during my stay here in Brazil.
... army, so most of the South American hostels are predominantly Israeli. Considering how few jews there are in the world, I seem to run into them everywhere I go. Strange. Another fun fact: When in Brazil, especially Rio, you will notice that the cars seem to speed up when you cross the street. They never slow down if they see you crossing. I wasn´t sure why until the other day when Daniel explained the traffic laws. In Brazil, crossing ...
... day. Next day was written off due to hangover and actual illness which Matt and I both had, and the day after that was the 7 hour return bus to Rio. We went back to the hostel we stayed in on the first night and went out for drinks with one of Matt's work mates who mentioned he'd heard some footballers were staying at the Marriott hotel on Copacabana... so our natural decision after a couple of drinks was to check it out. ...