Copacabana Mar Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCopacabana Mar Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Very nice hotel,pool,great location to Copacabana beach in a nice neighbourhood.
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Food is nice,don't get me wrong I am not dieting or part of some Spartan cult movement,but I find the whole process of comestible ingestion a real pain in the ****.Food is fuel to me,it is necessary for breathing,walking about,pursuing leisurely activities, and in fact any other requirement of the motor neuron process.Why oh why does the pursuit of …
The last two days in Paraty were spent relaxing and being restless I was anxious to get away today,so at 8.30am I was picked up at the Pousada Do Principe by a mini van. An uneventful and somewhat uncomfortable ride to Rio ended with me being dropped off at the Copacabana Mar hotel,the same hotel as the one I stayed in prior to going to Ilha Grande …
A sad but final day with my friend Pedro.He picked me up at the hotel Portas Amazonia in Sao Luis and we took a final drive down to the beach.I was interested to find out a little about kite surfing as I had read before coming out that Sao Luis was famous all over the world for this particular sport. If you have never heard of it,basically it …
... time, more than 90% of Rio was Catholic; still, more than 70% are. There is a heavy influence of African, mixed with French, Italian and, of course, Portuguese.
Salvador was the first capital in 1549. Rio became a more practical export port so colonial administration was moved here in 1763. In the 1950s plans were developed to move the capital to the interior; in the hope that moving the capital to the region would help populate the area. ...
... the houses have running water and electricity and despite the water not being available 24/7 like everywhere else, it is sufficient for a few days use, and it is clean. The people here seem very happy though. They make the most of what they have and they help each other out too. We saw a bunch of guys that were definitely not construction guys helping someone build a house.
We headed to a child help centre, which ...