Gavea Tropical Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... used material!? We were ushered to their kitchen and the music room. I could not act anymore like a stupid tourist taking pictures of their plight . It is their home where they learn music, but it looked like a place where there was a flood. The dysfunctional microwave lying around was picked up from dumpster but it broke after three months. I was quite surprised how these children learnt music despite of this classroom condition. ...
... were also spectacular. While I'm glad that we saw this iconic statue, I wish we would have had maybe an extra 15-20 minutes to continue to take in the views. There was also a funicular that you can ride up and down the mountain that would have been fun to do. Instead we walked down the 260 steps to the parking lot and took the mini bus back down. The next stop was in the neighbourhood of St. Theresa which is where many of the artisans and hippies come to ...
The apartment has been recently refurbished, lacking only some furniture replacement, and has everything we need except light, as it’s on the first floor, and the streets are full of trees- vey handy in summer to keep the streets cool, but in winter we have to have lights on almost all the ...
... on the sides and was a little more fitted the way I like. Danielle unfortunately was too late, all the women small sizes were sold out...in all of RIO. Sorry hun lol. There was a beautiful sales girl who could speak english and looked like Alicia Keys who assisted us. She told us that they print whatever numbers and name on the Jersey. I'm going to get number 8 on mine in memory of my Papou who loved soccer and actually played in a number 8 Jersey.Just to make it even ...
... of being robbed at knife point. The best part was going through folders of criminals, to try and identify my attacker. Obviously, i wasn't going to be able to select anybody. It made for a more believeable story, admitting that I would recognize one of the attackers. From the police station, I walked the whole length of Impanema beach. I arrived at a point to the left of the beach, where a heap of people were sitting on rocks to watch the sunset. There were some surfers getting a ...