Gamboa Rio Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... quite a while up there admiring the perfect clear 360 degree view. Its interesting that Rio has grown over the years and the colour of the buildings reflecting this growth with it extending towards the south.
Following that we visited Sugar Loaf Mountain which is another natural rock landmark in Rio. To get to the top you take two cable cars. The second one is where the famous movie 007 Moonraker cable car scene was done. Sugar Loaf Mountain was even better for views and ...
... well as chairs flying all over the place. By now almost half of the crowd were heading for the sea to avoid any trouble, including to their credit, a lot of Argentines. One Aussie guy decided after a few drinks he could take on anyone as his mates abandoned him in the swarms of people, his whereabouts are probably still unknown and I doubt anyone who was with him that day cares. With Messi about to strike his last minute free kick over the bar, we joined ...
... experience. One extra-cool thing happened today. On the beach, a Brazilian man spotted Sam sketching the mountains in the distance. He was so impressed that he asked Sam to take a picture of him holding the sketch. He then wrote down his email address so Sam could send him a copy of the finished picture. Sam is super famous in Brazil! At night, we went to Rio Fan Fest. It was PACKED like we had never seen it before. There was a line to get in the line to get in, ...
... for a walk along Ipenama beach and saw some kids playing soccer. Their coach asked if my brother and I would like to join in...of course we did! We had lots of fun playing with them. We did lots of walking the first day...so much I fell asleep during ...
... represented in the UK, 'Chinese Restaurants' shouldn't really exist, it's a misnomer, as the food within China itself varies so much, between every region (the best food we ate in the whole trip was in the Sichuan province, just ask us about THOSE stirfried green beans!).
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