Gavea Tropical Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... neighborhood. Nonetheless, we met up with Emmett and two of his young lady friends (one of whom – Theresa – was from Bethesda, Maryland) for dinner and drinks. I am not sure if the spectacular views of Rio and the bay and beaches were enough for Heather to forgive us, or whether it was simply our riveting conversation and fabulous company! Either way, we passed the evening with good drink, good company and a scintillating view of the Rio de ...
... big we were able to go off to the side on the beach and watch the game with everyone else who either didn't want to go in or couldn't get in.
It was a blessing in disguise as there were so many vendors walking around selling drinks and all types of food we were able to buy things cheaply instead of what we would have had to pay on the inside.
The game was ...
... but be warned it is in a slightly dodgy location. As with most places, as long as you are sensible and use common sense, you should be fine.
Back to the hotel for a siesta before our guide took us to Lapa, a popular area with locals for food and music. Here we sampled authentic Brazilian cuisine (amazing steak) and got to know our group a little bit better. We also tried our first caipirinhas which were delicious but very strong.
... of guided tours so we just took a non guided tour. We got to see the VIP stand, the Brazilian teams dressing room ( it has a hot tub) as well as the pitch! It was freakin awesome and of course the stadium is beautifully built. From there we headed to the metro to go to Copacabana! And it did not disappoint. I really wish we could've had a beach day there because it's so pretty. We then caught a bus to Ipanema in an attempt to find a mall were I could buy ...
... that the colony ruled the Empire country. The palace in Rio is an ordinary rich housee, turn to an adminisrrative place. The only nice palace is in Petropolis.
On 1822 the king (Joan) was asked to return, and to exploit Brazil again as a colony. He returnt, but leaved here his san, Pedro 1, who declared independance on 1822. On 1831 he had to return to Portugal, because Juan died and his brotherr Miguel became king and wanted Brazil to be a colony. They ...