Everest Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the views. On Sat afternoon we went for a long walk along Copacabana Beach and enjoyed a caipirinhas (a signature Rio cocktail - very alcoholic) in a tiny salsa bar with a squeezed-in three piece band. Sunday we visited the Christ statue and drove along many of the southern beaches, finishing at the Ipanema markets. In the evening we had a lovely dinner with ...
... of young people on the ground floor of the CCBB, and are advised that this is a “Speak-Dating” event. People interested in learning a European language are attended by representatives from each country. They are expected to speak to each representative, filling out a form, which is then entered into a drawing for free overseas scholarships. The United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, France, Denmark, Sweden and Poland are present. ...
... the cart with our purchases directly towards the road. We made Marco pointed out that he had driven past the parking station for the shopping cart. He just smiled and said that everything was in order. Only now we realized that an employee from the supermarket followed us. We drove our purchases with the car to the front door of Marcos apartment (about ten minutes walk). He told us to our shopping store before, so we could not see if he bring the supermarket employees money on the ...
... rum. It was very strange because being a beach resort we expected there to be shops & plenty of restaurant choices but there wasn't much at all. Dining choices outside the hotel were fairly limited but we did get to try the Brazilian specialty a Churrascaria where you pay a set amount ant the waiters bring around all different barbecued meats on sword-like skewers and carve some onto your plate. It was very good for the meat eaters amongst us . Not so good for the Veggies! ...
... of the trip. Luckily though it seemed like a good group. I will write the names so you know when we talk about them; Rachel- the trip leader, she's young and relatively new and she's from Dorset! Dave- the very experienced driver from America, this will be his last trip. Carey- the replacement from Australia, this is his training trip. Steve- 60 years old from Streatham and Brixton originally Adrian- fifty something from North London Deedra- 30 year old from ...