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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... in South America, it's bumper to bumper for most of the way along the freeway. As the taxi drove into the Copacabana area, there were people playing football,volleyball,and working out on the beach. Even in the pouring rain, the beach was still the main focus point. Arrived at my hotel for the next few days, absolute luxury the hotel is. Room service and the first bath I have had in 38 days, not that I am counting. Tomorrow I have a city tour booked, so hopefully the weather will be ...
... walked past without noticing, or climb the ramp to the top of the hill where the church is located. Rather than return through the dust and confusion, we choose to climb the hill.
The church is very simple on the outside, but inside? Wow! It reminds us of the amazing gold-leaf swathed church of Sāo Francisco in Porto, Portugal. There doesn’t seem to be an inch of un-painted wall left. We suppose that the church ...
... reached almost 40 degrees. That it through the day between 44-48 degrees was hot, we should get to feel in the next few days. We walked to the beach Ipanema and could just watch-like a local seller coconuts picked from a palm tree. These were offered in the small stalls on the beach to drink. Marco made with his camera a few pictures of us and the environment. We left our camera on the recommendation of Marco home. It would be unfortunate if our cameras would steal all ...
... Itza ( no Kath D you can't eat it!) remains for us before we "collect" the set...... The views are pretty amazing and one of the most photographed sites is the second mountain "Sugar Loaf". The name dates back to earlier sugar plantation days. Some of our fellow travellers took the cable car up there and said it was worthwhile. We felt that Rio was fine for a couple of days and certainly provided us with an opportunity to slow down the pace for a while. We were however very ...
Alison: We initially planned to get the bus from Foz do Iguacu to Rio so that we could feel the achievement of only using buses to travel South America but when we were struggling to find a decent bus and when we then found out that it was cheaper to fly on the day we wanted to go, it was a no brainer! We flew to Rio with a short pit stop in Sau Paulo and the whole journey took around 5 and a half hours - it was 24 hours on the bus! The journey was very smooth apart ...