Everest Rio Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hours I decided I should had back and he probably would have gone back too. Then I found I'd been robbed and some little punk had managed to get into my bag which was zipped shut and get into the zipped pocket and shut it without me knowing, and no I'm pretty sure I want that drunk!! After two hours of walking I eventually managed to get a cab and in my poor Portuguese ask the cab to take me and I can pay him when I get there as most wanted cash up front and we had stashed a 50 ...
... where the residents were and where the drugs have gone. I didn't get a straight answer and I have to question has the UPP worked to alleviate the situation as a whole or has it simply moved the problem away from the favelas near to Rio's core to ensure the global media events come off untarnished? There is certainly still a drugs culture in Rio, its clear with a spot of people watching, we were offered a henna tattoo on the beach alongside "something to help ...
... in which about a third of Brazilian people live.
The city of Rio is really split into north/south halves, with the beaches being the south and the city centre and increasing suburbia to the north. In fact you literally drive under the Christ mountain in a tunnel to get from one side to the other.
The Maracana stadium is the one where the World Cup final was held last year, and will also host the ...
We walked around for another hour and a half until we decided on a ****** hostel with no wifi and no bed sheets. It was an eco hostel though, whatever the **** that was supposed to mean. For me, having cold showers doesnt do much except **** off guests.
We got a pizza for dinner, bought some beers af chilled in the hostel for a bit, I met an argentinian couple in our room who I chatted to for a while, before going to ...
... past time. Next stop was the beach. And it was absolutely packed!! No joke, people everywhere. I have never seen so many people. The atmosphere was electric and it was at least 5 hours before kickoff. We chilled at a coconut stall, ate our lunch and watched the fans chant battle each other! Next minute....Jess couldn't find her wallet......she looked everywhere. Long story short it must have been left in the cab that we got to the fan fest. Poor Jess, there was ...