Hotel Monte Alegre
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The hotel is very nice, been renovated and it shows. The rooms are clean and the breakfast is nice. The area is right in Centro so it's very busy and can get shady. it's about 5-10 minutes to the nearest metro.
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Thursday 24 July: I woke up to a beautiful farewell sunrise; it brightened up what was a sad-tinged morning as I packed up all my camping gear and dropped my tent for the last time of this trip in South America. Then there was time for a quick photo with Frank before we got 'on the road again' for the last time too. We cruised into Rio in the …
... I was looking for a restaurant and saw long lineups everywhere except McDonald's... So I continued on; who needed lunch! Went along the Copacabana beach, and around the area.
I even spotted a wallet on the ground. Left it there as I had no idea who to tell or what to say. Strange feeling just leaving it there.
I had an early dinner. A couple of caipirinha. That is what ...
... an OAT representative met me at the airport and got me checked into the hotel.
I took my time getting settled in and put out clothes for the three days in town before leaving for Salvador.
Linda Trahan arrived several hours later and we went with the group to change money and eat at a local "kilo" restaurant, a buffet where one pays by the kilo.
In the afternoon, we met ...
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... up some capoeira. Looking interesting but a bit slow and boring to start with. Apparently that was a warm up. They sped up the music then added sticks and knives. Full on! Especially when part of one of the knives came flying at us as we stood watching. Everyone spotted the gringa chicas then.
Capoeira finished so we went outside and met some Americans who we hung out with for the rest if the night. A bit of samba and ...