Hotel Fasano Rio de Janeiro
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Our friend stayed at the Fasano right around the corner from our flat. We visited several times her room was amazing, the pool and roof top bar outstanding and the view over Ipanema wow. Really great spot a bit pricy though as the Sofitel is right around the corner on the Copacabana which is about 1/2 the price and really nice as well.
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Easter Egg hunt:
Our Easter Sunday started with a Easter Egg Hunt at our flat in Rio. The teen were all up and waiting for the event. The gun sounded and off they went joined by William. Gloria came for the festivites. Really nice having everyone over for a Easter Breakfast that Rieko put out...yum.
Later that afternoon:
... Si came in about 30 mins after me and had walked bare foot as I had his flip flops, poor thing had blisters! Happy friggin new year!!! Hopefully that's all of our bad luck done for the year 105- New Years Day We had a lie in, drank water and tried to stay in the shade as it was nearly 40 degrees. We went out for dinner/ late lunch in Santa Teresa, it was OK but sooooo expensive!! The rest of the evening was spent trying into figure out where to go next as ihla grande ...
... The last stop on our wirlwind tour and we were dropped off at Corcovado home to the infamous Christ the Redeemer statue. I had high expectations, the vision of the statue is so synonomus with Rio, and the notion of Christ overlooking the city and symbolising peace is such a lovely notion. Peace is the last word I would use to describe this experience however! We visited at 6pm an hour before the last bus left and it was still teeming with people. Not ...
... for the 2016 Olympic games. Surprisingly you can't take ANY liquid bottles in (including water).
There is a mix of ethnic peoples here, but very few if any of what you could call real Indian origin. The city centre of course tends to look as if it could be any modern westernised city. The whole place has a great vibe about it, although that may just be me liking the sea atmosphere, and being glad to be out of La Paz.
... we could do. Loosing your wallet in South America, on the day of the World Cup final?...you are never going to see that again! :-( we tried cheering Jess up, but took awhile. We were all really annoyed and didn't know how to help find her wallet. We headed to the beach and scored a spot, surrounded by Argentines...surprise surprise. Funniest thing was watching everyone try to swim in the crazy Copacabana surf. Massive shore dumpers. We took turns in minding the bags, we didn't ...