Ibis Rio De Janeiro Centro
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From Sao Paulo we flew 40 minutes to Rio de Janeiro.
For all four of us coming back to Rio confirmed to us that it still remained our favourite Brazilian city and one of best places we have been to on this whole trip.
For Chrissy and Josh this would be their last day as that evening they had a flight out to Panama.
For us …
... or even a bit pessimistic, but in over 40 degrees heat, humidity reaching almost fog level and an extreme n00b in thongs, it did take a little longer. It was a fun climb, though, as we fantasized about the infinity pool that might or might not be found atop, complete with free caiprinhas, ice bars and waterslides. The infinity pool was, of course, not there, but other things were: A huge statue of Cristo Redentor, Christ the Redeemer (or the Reindeer, as he's ...
Start the tour at 8am this morning. Our guide meets us in the lobby then we are off to see the iconic statue that dominates and over looks the city. You can actually see it from most of the city. First a drive across town and then up on a one line 66 degree angle train. As the train moves off you gently slide forward on your seat. The trees crowd in and becomes jungle. Almost to the top you start to get views of the harbour and the city. Off the train and up some steps then onto ...
Another day on the tourist trail in rio. I went for a long walk around the lake and explored the city further. In sight was the Christ the redeemer statue but I decided against the energetic walk required to get to the monument! In the evening by good fortune I ran into some travelling companions and we enjoyed a few drinks in an ipanema bar followed by some further entertainment in nearby gave a, which was packed with locals. A storm broke up the party late in the ...
... in order to increase tourism. So while roads are improving and more tourists can come point and take pictures of the "monkeys" in the favellas, there still are no hospitals and there is still extreme poverty. This has been the main reason for crime lately, and you can sense an underlying resentment amongst certain Brazilians. I don´t blame them, but it is a bit unnerving at times. Anyway, this didnt stop us from trying to check out one of the ...