Hotel Premier Copacabana
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... armed with maps and a plan of attack which was promptly foiled. The maps we had were not very good. We got lost several times and saw the same sights several times. We stopped to ask a cabbie for directions and, confident we knew where we were going, continued on our way only to hear a horn honking at us about 10 minutes after climbing a steep, never ending hill. It was the cab driver coming to find us and tell us he gave us wrong ...
... stained glass windows. Our last stop was to Sugar loaf Mountain. We took two cable carts up to the top of the mountain and again the views were beautiful. We could see the whole of the city and there were what looked like condors and other birds souring high next to the mountain. When I came back from the city tour myself and Gemma, another girl on the Rio to Lima trip, headed to Copacabana beach to get some food. When ...
... not be wearing. Found the most important landmark, a local grocery store. I always try to find a local market so I can stock up on water. Since I haven't slept in 24 hours, off to bed.
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It’s 7:00 am and I am waiting for the tour bus to take me on my tour to see the Christ Redeemer statue on top of Corcovado Mountain and Sugarloaf Mountain. There are 9 people in our tour group with Carmen as our guide. As part of the tour, ...
... of our own country, would emerge from this trip as lifelong friends. Hell, I can even say the same about Dan, a friend of Nick's from the states who had the chance to meet us in Cusco to share our visit to Macchu Pichu. Everything I had feared about this trip was quite the opposite really. What I thought would be a lonesome 15 days, snapping photos candidly and surviving each hostel stay with cold water and cheap sheets, wound up being a life-changing period ...
... Rochelle and I were feeling hungry so they led us to a restaurant and then went their own way. They said we could also go to the shopping center if we wanted to eat cheaper than the pay-by-the-kg place so we decided to go there but on the way we came across a nice little sandwich shop with a patio so we stopped there to eat. We went back to the beach and decided to walk down to Impanema. We walked at the water's edge about four blocks until we came to the sand ...