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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... spectacle over 3 or 4 caipirinhas. The lime, cacacha and sugar combination is difficult to match on a 29 degree day and sends you merrily into oblivion after about two mouthfuls. What on earth would possess you to run?! One of the most incredible experiences I had in this city took place at sunset. At a place called Arpoador. On the other side of the point from Forte de Copacabana, on the peninsula in between Copacabana and Ipanema, huge crowds gather each night to watch ...
... and the few remaining players headed to the team bus. We left Muhammad playing football on the beach and joined about a hundred other people at the front of the hotel to see the bus off. Once gone we wandered back into the hotel grounds and saw Gary Cotterill aimlessly wandering around whilst we got talking to his cameraman who confirmed Gary was 'mad.' With nothing left to see, we walked back via the beach, allowing Tony Tony to have another beer. Since arriving in Brazil you ...
... Caprinhas (!) and wandered through the streets watching the entertainment from outside the bars, it was a really good atmosphere. We went into one bar and played some cards with some more people we met then had a little dance to the live samba band! The next day was the first day of the World Cup so we got up fairly early to pay a visit to the famous Lapa steps which were around the corner from our hostel. The steps are huge and decorated with colourful mosiac tiles making it ...
... are just as serious as the vendors. They all have their little carrinho de feira (small carts on wheels) trailing behind them as they make their way from booth to booth. It's amazing fun as an observer, but a thrill to participate. YŠll it's better than a Costco or Sam's Club on a full sample day! You leave with a full belly even if you don't buy a thing!
The chances of this are slim, though, as once you've tasted some of these foods, you can't imagine ...
... several plans a bit ruined by rain and in now quintessential Kate and Ric style did everything on the last day.. In the afternoon.. :). Our tardiness turned out to be a small blessing as the queue for sugarloaf mountain was non-existent once the Redeemer had been tackled and after some gentle persuasion of Kate that the line wasn't going to snap halfway up, we'd put a nice bow on our Rio trip. The next stop is Ilha Grande, for some tropical island beaches, hammocks, and more ...