Hotel Praia Linda
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... the Corcovado (Jesus the redeamer) for some authentic Brazilan lunch with Ciparinha's and such.
After it was getting late so we drove up higher on the mountain to a view point over Rio and back at the Corcovado. Amazing.
Thanks for a great day William.
... from Santiago after over 5 weeks in the cold of Patagonia the beaches of Rio seem very appealing!
Sights included the normal tourist things. Christ the Redeemer, which was much more impressive than I thought it would be. Plus we tried our first Acai frozen drink... the streets sing with everyone calling out 'Acai' and it really was delicious frozen berry drink, super refreshing on the hot days. Another day we took a local bus to Sugar Loaf ...
... the girls. In the afternoon we hired bikes and cycled round Lagao Rodrigo de fratas and tried to visit the botanical gardens, before realising we didn't have any locks.
That night we returned to the favelas to experience a local 'funk' night. Funk is a genre of dance music based on a samba beat. While being very entertaining it is incredibly hard to dance to, especially if you are a Gringo! However, the local bodybuilders had a well practised routine which fitted well to every ...
... of hours later we were well into the festival atmosphere and listening to the energetic cover muso for the day Rick Mayfield who was a slicker version of Keith McDonald from Fat Cat and Friends. Chris soon arrived and thought he'd buy a few Jagers for old times’ sake making for a very entertaining last few hours with us all dancing in the square with one man band Rick and Al getting his air guitar on, and the locals, who thought we were all a bit mad. Al gifted ...
... efficient and probably the only cheap thing here. Brazil, like SA, has a diverse population. So, out here all 3 of us look like locals which is a good and a bad thing. Good because when travelling you don't always want to stick out like a sore thumb & attract unnecessary attention to yourself. Bad because we are expected to speak Portuguese! As soon as they realise we can't answer basic questions or converse, we get this look like "what ...