El Parador Pousada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... so you pace yourself. The restaurant itself was quite quirky, difficult to describe, so I won't!
From here Pedro and Carlos took us on to the evening's entertainment. It was a show showcasing a number of typical Brazilian entertainments including a nod to Carnival, acrobatics, samba dancing, all good fun. Embarrassing moment for me came when unbeknown Pedro had told them it was my ...
... Ipanema beach, and later met up with Mark and Kelly for our last supper together.
Brazil is beautiful, and has so much to offer from the white sand beaches to the bustling cities, and I am even getting used to the crazy fast (OMG, I am gonna die) taxi drivers! We would stay longer, but time is now going by, as is the money...so we have decided we will head to the other side of the continent and on to the next adventure - Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands!
... They live in Cabo Frio which is about 30k away and they have to catch a bus. And yes, they totally walked the wrong way because now they have to backtrack to catch their bus. I should have gotten the girlīs phone number but didnīt think about it. They say that they will go to the same beach tomorrow. Cool. I want to go to the grocery store again because I am determined to find milk and eat some ******* cereal for once, if for no ...
... Gaining a high placing in the competetion means they secure financial backing for the following year and some sort of sunding for their local favela (shanty town). We managed to watch the parade of 3 different Samba schools, which took about an hour and 20 minutes each. You cannot imagine how many people are in each parade and the number of elaborate floats that each of them produce and there was quite ...
... this had turned into a food and shopping extravaganza. We booked into the top French restaurant in town - on the 38th floor of the Le Meridien hotel overlooking the Copacobana beach. With 15 pound glasses of champagne it wasn't cheap...but what the hell...the trip had to end some time so it might as well end with a bang. Next stop...Sao Paolo...then Santiago...then Aukland...then Sydney...then finally back to ...