Atlantico Copacabana Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAtlantico Copacabana Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Hotel was okay but bathroom a bit smelly. okay if door closed. counter staff good and helpful. hotel email expensive but email cafes nearby. Was going to move but other hotels more expensive
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... Santa Cruz about an hour later. WTF?! Apparently this was a scheduled stop we didn't know about and wasn't on any of our paperwork. We thought we might stay on the plane while some passengers got off and others got on but no, we had to get off too. An official told us we'd have to change to a different plane which would leave at 10am. In the absence of an information desk, we found a table in front of the flight information board and where we could see our departure gate and we ...
... at a football match and you're halfway there.
On our last afternoon, we made the trip up to see Christ the Redeemer, the large statue of JC that watches over the city. It was pretty cool to see but definitely the busiest tourist attraction we've seen in the whole time we've been away. People were standing like scarecrows everywhere to minic the Redeemer's pose, and their mate lying on the ground trying to get a decent shot before someone ...
... able to try some of Brazil's famous dishes, including Feijoada, the kicked up black bean soup. Great meal. Great experience. Lots of cute shops around but we didn't have time to explore.
About Brazil and Rio
Monarchs of Brazil ruled first as a kingdom united with Portugal (1815–1822), and subsequently as the Empire of Brazil (1822–1889). As an independent nation, Brazil had two monarchs: Emperors Pedro I and Pedro ...
... we came back down for lunch, Tchau Deus, Vaya con Dios, Dios!
After we ate we went to the Copacabana Beach for about half an hour! We saw Lola (and her dress cut down to there). The weather was perfect, and the beach was surprisingly crowded for a Wednesday afternoon in the middle of winter (I wish our winters were like this). The water was so blue and it was still warmer than any beach in the US I've been to! Maria and I ran to the beach, whipped off our shoes, jumped in ...
When we got back to Rio the football was starting to get really interesting and we had two weeks to nut out all the tourist attractions. We planned when the football was on, when we were doing the tourist stuff and of course when we could fit in our beach days, all very organised!!
We went to the Christ the Redeemer, had a fevela tour, visited the arts neighbourhood of Santa Terreza and saw the famous viaduct and Lappa steps, went up Sugar Loaf Mountain in a cable car ...