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... spectacular. We have lots to talk about. Afterwards we tour the fort, which wasn’t open to the public when we lived here. It has a fascinating history and the views are outstanding.
Marina has to leave Malu at her little school before going to work. We’ll meet again when we return to Rio the Sunday after next.
Meanwhile we stroll towards Arpoador Beach, ...
Im excited to tell you all about how amazing Rio is. It is 1 of my favourite cities of my travels and I would say certainly the best city in Latin America. Ok so why?
The city centre - A place not really talked about in terms of the better parts of Rio but it is an Awesome place. You have Carioca (locals) square, The Selangor steps (which are amazing and a must see in Rio) and Colombus bakery where our very own Queen Elizabeth visited and had ...
... handsome. For today the visit of the Sugarloaf in the morning and the evening was Sambadromo on our map. We drove to the first gondola station which brought us to the Sugar Loaf. After a short wait we drove to the intermediate station. From there, one saw the city from the other side than from the Jesus statue. It is just gorgeous, so far as you could see, it was still the same city. Next we drove to the next gondola now on Sugarloaf Mountain. Amazingly, were up here less people ...
Cloudless, if a bit hazy, morning so headed to Pao do Azucar, Sugarloaf Mountain, for the very scary 2 stage cable car ride – wasn't able to look down while on the move, but the views from up there were far reaching and plenty of space – glad I went early as queues were short and clouds rolled in later.
The domestic airport is on the waterfront so passengers got a treat today when they had ...
... little pastries with various fillings. It must be a Brazilian thing though as we found them a bit wanting. Mains were a Carpaccio and a beef skewer with a brilliant seasoning.
After dinner and getting over the price, Rio is expensive!! We made our way back through the streets to the train and on to our hostel.
Having been up for about 40 hours and already packing a huge amount in it was time for some much needed sleep.
Our second day in Rio started with a bit of a ...