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:
... running, skateboarding, and rollerblading. On the beach there were equally diverse sports taking place, from football to racket ball, from running to surfing. However, the one that we were most interested in was foot volley. This (as you would guess) is a cross between football and volleyball. So, its volleyball with football rules (no hands). I battle enough playing EITHER football OR volleyball, I found the skills involved here to be incredible. Having heated up on the ...
... as it looks like more of an international airport. We quickly jump off the bus and run inside, and being stressed we run the wrong way, so we quickly turn around and run the right direction. The floors were super slippery, and we were both in flip flops, so running wasn’t an easy task for us. We sprinted the entire way down this empty airport corridors, sprinted all the way up to customs, unloaded our things on the machine belt and walked through. We had pears ...
... sweet guy keen to try out his English. He told us that he really likes the way the Queen speaks as he pointed us in the direction of one of the share taxis. In the back of the white VW van, we met another woman who spoke great English, along with a student who was ready for a break from the city back at his home in the countryside. Up the hill, we followed the cobbled streets through Santa Teresa (a quarter famous for its artistic heritage) to a literary festival that ...
... with a tear (more info on the links above) that we discovered is a protest to the bureaucracy surrounding the reinstatement of the iconic tram, which was shut down following a major accident in 2011. We had lunch at one of the many "buffet por kilo" restuaunts dotted around the city. They are a great concept, you choose your food from the selection, it gets weighed and you pay for what you have, a much better take on the all you can eat places you get back home. ...