Windsor Guanabara Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... english speaking people (yanks and Aussies) arrived at the hostel by this point. (Wherever you go there is just loads of Aussies, or British people who have left oz after working there.)
On the day we left Liam had to wake up early (rough from the night out) and go into the city to try get US dollars before we headed to Iguacu/Iguazu falls and into Argentina. This took over 3hours, against the clock whilst Una had to pack all the bags and ...
... a kitchenette and air conditioning for R$350 per month. Just to be sure our translation was correct we asked her to repeat at least twice what she had revealed. She said she would speak to the owner that night to make sure it was available and we could come back the next day to get the word. This was amazing! We may have just found our fairy godmother! The time would drag by until we met with Tanya the next evening. We returned to Sergio's after we ...
... brát s nadhledem, a nemáme v podstate zadny plán, co presne budeme dělat. Nějak jsme se nasli cestu ven ze Santa Teresa a dostali jsme se na slavnou pláž Ipanema (Znate tu pisnicku Girl from Ipanema...) částečně pěšky a částečně metrem. Je to krásná pláž s úžasnými kopci kolem a najde se tam plno různých charakteru. Chlapi nenosi zadne kosile a ruzne urovne svalu jsou tu jako na vystave, ...
... no issue - not even the type of people that I'd be suspecting were on the prowl. So I think we're OK here.
I wish I could do something about the weather, but that's a little out of my control. Today has been overcast with spitting rain - not enough to stop you from walking, but wet enough to know it's there. We've hooked up an all-day tour tomorrow - 540BR$ or about $250US for the two of us but it should allow us to take in ...
... stood right beneath it overlooking the beaches, botanical gardens and Maracana stadium, feeling you might fall backwards and into the waiting rainforest below, is completely surreal. The Art Deco statue weighs over 1000 metric tonnes and stands 30m tall and is almost inconceivable to imagine - given the relatively tiny land area on which it stands - how this thing was constructed. No wonder it was 9 years late in being completed, as it has stood now since 1931. ...