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:
... snack called pacoquita which is very good, a chocolate ball which is very chewy and Portuguese egg tarts. You can get any tropical drink you like and I enjoyed Guaravita, mango with mint and many more. The ice lollies are also very good.
The people of Brazil are very friendly and I made many friends and enjoyed their company.
Overall it was a great time in Rio and Im now in Manuas - tomorrow I go for a 5 day tour of the amazon rainforest!
... which are easy to read & understand. The signs/ icons are really helpful for tourist to recognize Christ, sugarloaf, Botanical garden etc.
Food: If you are non- vegetarian you will not have any troubles, you can just finger point on pics on menu if you do not speak Portuguese and place your order. But if you are vegetarian than you have to rely on Juices (Sucos), Fruits, Pizza – as you find Dominos and Pasta joints easily. Make sure you enjoy fresh ...
... and the following afternoon we went to explore the bohemian neighbourhood of Santa Teresa after meeting up with Ingrid and Jason. Santa Teresa is famous for its colourfully tiled Escadaria Selarón, built by the Chilean artist Selarón who famously doused himself in gasoline and lit himself on fire at the base of the stairs (?). Despite it being just after midday when we arrived at the stairs, it was heaving with party-goers looking for the next bloco and the ever ...
... got to try on some costumes which was a bit of fun. Next stop, the stunning Rio de Janeiro Cathedral. Very unusual architecture. We had lunch in a drop dead gorgeous cafe called Colombo's in the heart of the business district. Finally, we took two short cable car rides to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain to enjoy some spectacular views of Rio. Returned to the hotel and had a light dinner and some stiff bourbons. What a memorable birthday. Won't forget this one in a ...