Hotel Premier Copacabana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... favourite place we visited was the Santa Marta favela. We were taken here by 3 guides - Brena (22) being the main one who explained everything to us. They were all born and raised in the favela, so know it inside out, as well as the people and for this reason we felt very safe. The first house was built in their favela 80 years ago and is the highest one on the hill. Brena lives in the light purple coloured house next to the red house in the middle and ...
... here but the best pictures are on the lower trail and at the Devil’s Throat.
- Isla San Martin (Island in the middle)
- Garganta Del Diablo ...
... so we couldnīt really enjoy it and decided to go back the next day in the daytime.
After that, we made one last stop at the cathedral in Rio, which is spectacularly ugly from the outside, but supposedly beautiful on the inside (we got there too late and it was closed). The architect designed it like this on purpose as a commentary that inner beauty is the most important. Finally, we were dropped off at our hostel where we rested for awhile before ...
... I caught up with my wonderful Carioca friend Adriana for the again disappointing third placed Brazil game and saw her $5m pad in Barra de Tijuca (balling in Rio is the only way to do it).
As can be expected, world cup final day in Rio is off the chain. Stores are closed, people are screaming in the streets, Argies driving around like nutcases. Everyone apart from the police. Foggo legit saw a cop standing on his corner reading a novel. A full on novel. With 3 different ...
... 5 raess each($2.50 aud) cheap cheap. As Danielle and I strolled to the edge of the beach we sat down on one of stone cement table and chairs and took in the flawless sight that would be our home for the next 2 short weeks. Breath taking. Time stopping. Mesmerising. Tear jerking. Life changing. There only a few ways I can express how it felt to be in one of the most beautiful places in the world. I am lucky....really really lucky. I thought it best to stop past the grocery ...