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... which is only open to the public once a month. Below it is one of the nicest beaches in Niterói, from where we can see the remarkable MAC (Museu de Arte Contemporânea) on the top of the Boa Viagem viewpoint.
We walk up to the museum, which was designed by the renown Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. The exhibition hall is closed for renovations at present, but the building itself, and its sublime location, are well worth the visit.
For our final night of the whole trip we flew back to Rio and stayed in Lapa which is Rio's party district. With hindsight, this was probably a mistake. We had a gorgeous meal in the hotel and shared a bottle of wine whilst reminiscing about some of the highlights of the trip before hitting the bars. At the weekend this place is totally transformed with thousands of people in the bars lining the streets. We found a cool outside bar with live music and ...
... We cooked in the evening for us and let happen the first day Rio de Janeiro Revue.
The next day we set off alone to explore Rio de Janeiro. We had the pick of the passport of Manuela and visiting the Jesus statue on the daily schedule. The message we found quite quickly and as Manuela was able to take their long-awaited passport in reception. By Metro and bus we arrived at the train station to go up to the statue to go. Here I noticed that originated the train from ...
... so much dulce de leche it made Brendon's eyes light up.
During breakfast we made our plan for the day. Now Rio has a number of attractions but there is really 2 must see’s and the first one for us was Sugar Loaf. This is for realistically just a big rock however with the addition of a couple of cable cars it is transformed into the best view point in the whole of Rio with views of Flamingo, Copa and Ipanema Beaches as well as a look at the big guy once again and all of ...
... to do a couple of tours with a tour guide that had been recommended to us by Nigel's friend. The first day we did a general tour of the main attractions. First up was Christ the Redeemer which is the very famous huge Christ found on the top of a hill 700m above the ground. It is 38m tall and can be seen from most parts of the city. There is a train that runs up to the statue through the Tijuca Forest which is the second largest urban forest in the world. When you ...