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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... The last stop on our wirlwind tour and we were dropped off at Corcovado home to the infamous Christ the Redeemer statue. I had high expectations, the vision of the statue is so synonomus with Rio, and the notion of Christ overlooking the city and symbolising peace is such a lovely notion. Peace is the last word I would use to describe this experience however! We visited at 6pm an hour before the last bus left and it was still teeming with people. Not ...
... were more than ready to descend at the appointed hour and head back to our hotel for some lunch and a rest. In the late afternoon we headed down to Copacabana beach as I felt I should have a swim while there. The beach was packed with people of all shapes and sizes and nearly everyone in a bikini, regardless of their figure. I felt quite overdressed in a swim suit. I think we left it a bit late in the day as the sun ...
... The waves are gigantic though so no swimming unfortunately. Within 5 minutes of sitting down, we spotted some dolphins swimming not too far away! This made all the stress of the day worthwhile.
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