Copacabana Sol Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCopacabana Sol Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Copacabana Sol Hotel close to Copacabana venue, nice accommodation and very good coffee in the lobby bar. Excellent fresh fruit bar opposite the hotel and 2 minutes walk to famous Copacabana Beach. Recommended.
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... to meet up with a friend, Lu suggested that we should go to Confeitaria Colombo which is a traditional Brazilian coffee shop over a 100 years old. As most of you know I can talk quite a bit, and we talked for hours before we left. We then went to Flamengo and Botafogo areas where Lu lives, and we had dinner at a local restaurant. Spent the evening chatting and went back to the hotel, as I have booked a city tour for a the morning. Hopefully this one won't be ...
26th. September – Day 5
Today is a day of sightseeing for us. We take the metro to Largo da Carioca in the city centre, and then walk through the city visiting sights and ending up at the Praça Mauá. We expect to be back in Copacabana by the early afternoon to visit the hilltop fort at Leme.
We start by walking along Rua Gonçalvez Dias to the original Confeitaria Colombo, where we enjoy a coffee and pastries. It's ...
... sun was rising!
New Year's Day started in the afternoon for Kirst and I and so we headed to Ipanema beach to watch the sunset and happened upon a Brazilian band which was a great addition.
Friday we did a hike up a mountain to get an incredible view of Rio. It must have been at least 40degrees, I don't think I have sweated so much walking up hill but the end result was worth it. On the walk down we went through a different ...
... anticipating the joy of luke warm chocomousse.
Beeeeerk. We both make a horrible face. Disgusting! Lisa says, “it tastes like salt!”Sure it was. She gave me the salt instead of the sugar!!!
As for me, I thought, no problem, tomorrow we make the big chocomousse and be careful to use sugar… but Lisa was a little frustrated ;-) So we started all over again… and then got a good chocomousse!
I have to admit, I had my little success that night ...
... and is worth watching for an idea of what the city is like.
We stopped off for lunch in a Brazilian/Portugese reasturant which is my first proper deviation from my diet of burgers and pizza. I had pork which was really salty and was accompanied by rice and potatoes. Big portions and well priced at about £7.
Last stop was sugar loaf mountain, which you get to via a couple of cable cars. Not cheap at £20 (unless you're a ...