Gavea Tropical Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... picture. Monkey see monkey do I guess. We saw a couple American man and a chinese lady I think and she was getting so angry that he couldn't take a good picture of her. She showed him the picture she took for him and he said its the same and she insisted is not. They were so funny, fighting about the picture and Rom told him, you know, Asian girls are really picky about their photos, nothing we do will ever be good enough. Hahahahahaha!! You ...
Climbed the beautiful Lapa steps for the last time. Covered in tiles from all over the world- and lots of tiles showing a pregnant black woman, sometimes bizarrely with the male artist's head on the pregnant body. Then walked up through the windy roads of Santa Theresa and up to the ruins of an old mansion which gave another view of the city. Very ...
... that Carnival is a public holiday it's essentially one massive party. After 5 days in the city we were ready for beaches (very stressful having to just eat, drink and make new friends all the time) so we headed 150km down the coast to an island called Ilha Grande. There are no cars on the island and the beaches haven't been touched so we pretty much spent 3 days in the sea/in a hammock. There was an unfortunate incident involving a pack of stray dogs marking ...
... landmarks, finding the nearest metro stops along the way, I slowly built a half day walk that took me half way round Rio & back & took in a few more sites than I'd intended, all of which I'd tried to time to finish in Santa Teresa, just south-west of the city centre where a large bloco parade was organised for 9pm that evening. Best laid plans my ar$$e! Anyway, got off at Botafogo station & started heading toward the beach, or so I thought! Got myself turned ...
... pieces by the train and then when assembled, covered with soapstone. However, I read elsewhere that limestone was used. At this point, it doesn’t matter. We are here, looking up at one of the 7 New Wonders of the world. The entire top platform of the mountain is loaded with people. We are here relatively early, but the place is mobbed. Most people, like us, are angling to get shots of the statute with or without people in them. ...