Everest Rio Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Iguazu to Rio, there has to be something said when I actually prefer the bus to flying. Its so much hassle arriving at the airport and putting your bags through a scanner before you even get chance to check in. Having said that Azul airlines are really good, on both flights the flight ladies liked my accent and made sure everything was said in english as I was the only Brit on board both flights. Arrived in Rio, and it was a overcast day and raining. The traffic here is the worst I have ...
... very encouraging to see such a keen local interest in a programme such as this.
We had planned to be back in Copacabana by 2 or 3, but it is already 2:30. There is so much to see and do.
Our next stop is the stunning church of Sāo Bento. There is lots of construction and dust on the street below the convent, but we finally arrive at the entrance. The doorman kindly advises us that we can take the lift, which we ...
... the cart paid. Subsequently explained Marco, that this service was normal in Rio de Janeiro. At night it was still over 30 degrees Celsius and we found very little sleep on our first night.
In the morning we went to visit our city. Marco gave us tips on how we should behave. By metro, we drove almost an hour until the last station on the Metro timetable. The temperature in the Metro was still pleasant but when we stepped out of the metro station, we realized suddenly that ...
... tourist destination here is the Statue of Christ the Redeemer on the top of Corcovado Mountain. You travel up to a height of 710 metres by railway which takes about 25 minutes. Once again the holiday crowds were out in force but we just had to join the throng and snap away the vistas and find a spot to try and get a whole photo of the huge statue. Peter & I realised that with this visit we have now seen six of the Seven Modern Wonders of the World. Only the Mexican Mayan ...
... mid twenties from Poland but lives in London Sarah- mid twenties from near Dublin Michael- 18 year old from Canterbury And another 18 year old Aussie called Yani that we would be meeting in Bonito as he didn't get his visa in time. The morning after meeting them all we left early and made it to the hotel where we left and met our glorious truck spongebob aka Bob esponga. We headed out for our South American adventure feeling totally psyched for the next few ...