Ibis Rio De Janeiro Centro
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... they then charge you by weight. Theres a lot of
pasty type things around, with various fillings like sausage meat
encasing mince meat. Tapioca is a weird flour that is fried and it
turns int a pancake that you add either a sweet or savory filling to.
And chorros, popcorn, cheesecake and other gelatine type cakes are
everywhere. Ohh, also, the traditional drink is a cocktail called
Capriahnas. Its made with ...
... New York who loves taking pictures as much as me. What a relief to be able to put the selfie stick away for a while. Anyway we decided to meet up the next day and visit Escadaria Selarón, also known as the 'Selaron Steps'. This meant putting my big girl pants on and catching to Metro (underground train). Before I met up with Kate I came across the picturesque Paris Square which was established in 1927. Back to the Selaron Steps. They are the creation of Chilean-born artist Jorge ...
... People were enjoying taking pictures of themselves with the statue and view of the beautiful city. Rio! It is very sexy as I pictured in my mind. The terrain, landscape with floating hills, lagoons, curvy beaches, groomed downtown, blue ocean, green lake and trees, red rocks. Rio is terrific. I dissolved in its beauty. Completeness is another name of love. When one is in love, he/she feels complete and content. Also, when you love a person, you love him or her in totality. ...
... We then indulged in lunch having the classic Brazilian food of Frango Grelhado (rice, black beans, fries and meat). One serving being enough for 2 ( Brazilians are known to be chub chub) we then did a killer walk to sugarloaf where we had a beer on top and watched Rio change from day to ...
... it looked look a huge beach party! It was literally find a space on the sand that's big enough for you to sit on - not quite the relaxing day we had planned but spent the day trying to top up my tan! With only over a month left before it's all over, I can't go home with no tan at all! When we got up the next day the weather was perfect without a cloud in the sky so took the opportunity to head to Christ the Redeemer - one of Rio's landmarks! A bus ride ...