Everest Rio Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a million other tourists and took our fair share of selfies and scenic shots, the view was spectacular in every direction. A short nap on the beach was needed after a few hours queueing for the train back down.
Tomorrow we are swapping the hectic city streets of Rio for the chilled out beach life of Ilha Grande. Apologies for the long post, we got a little excited as it our first one. Promise to refine our blogging skills and the info for next time.
Lots of love from far away.x
... and pickpocketing has doubled and we had heard soooo many stories of muggings and other crimes that it's hard not to be on edge a little bit. Our first journey through Rio only made things worse. We opted against the sensible advice from the guidebook and other travellers about getting a safe taxi direct to our hostel and instead took the advice of our bank account, which meant catching the local bus (as we would in any other city).
Everything on the bus was quite ...
... sights - Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf Mountain, Santa Theresa, Lapa and a few ther minor stops on the way, all of which were very cool. The views of the city are breathtaking. Christ the Redeemer is slightly marred by the muppets who seem to think their trip isn't complete without them standing in the middle of the stairway, sticking their arms out like Jesus himself and geting a photo, when the stairs are ...
... was an hour later!!
Now eating a biscuit I have just found which I brought from Bristol!! I'm going up to the roof now to watch the sun rise.
14.51 (although it feels much, much later!!)
Well, considering I'm supposed to be relaxing for a few days, it has been a pretty busy day! But now, at almost 3pm, I'm sat on the roof with a 'limited edition' Budweiser! The Pestana ...
... put us in stitches with laughter and just enjoyed the final minutes of the game, until Germany scored. The atmosphere changed in a heart beat. Half way through an Argentinian cheer the crowd just stopped singing and it was almost silent. There was about 3 minutes left and Argentina had a free kick. People were crying and couldn't watch the end of the game. Then the chaos began. The final whistle blew and it was just mental. A guy very ...