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start the day with a swim at Copacabana beach with all the beautiful beach
people. The water temperature was not very warm but there was a nice small wave
to body surf. We then stopped at our favourite bakery to buy a loaf of fruit
bread for lunch at our hostel as we waited for the afternoon city tour pickup.
The guide was the same guide as yesterday at the footy and our first stop was
... Aus donated. He did this up until his suspected murder in 2013. Now the stairs will never change.
The next stop was the Theatre district, home of the municipal theatre and the municiple building. Ironically, the municipal building cost 3 times more money that the municipal theatre, but the theatre is 10000x nicer looking and is decorated in gold, while the municipal building as ****** concrete. So where did this discrepancy in cost go? ...
... a French architect. Our room is classically designed and beautiful. We have views over the city and a king bed with proper linen. There's nothing like a beautiful space to make you feel creative and peaceful.
The time has almost come to wrap up this magical little adventure, last of everything now, time to take it all in, absorb as much as we can, and then say goodbye.
May the adventures never end! Little ones and big ones, here's to ...
... at this moment after walking the entire city, and being completely over meat and potatoes, pizza now seemed like the best thing in the world to have for dinner. It was called Chica's pizza, and quite honestly it was an amazing pizza. We got a large tomatoes, onions and hearts of Palm and we ate the entire pizza! We brought it back to the hostel who was making $5 capahrinas and sat with a few Americans and Aussies, stuffing our face. We didn't offer a slice to anyone! If they ...
... walking along the beach and decided to watch the Brazil match in one of the beach bars instead of the Fan Fest which was just too mental last time! We bagged ourselves a good spot in a nice beach bar and watched the match as the sun set with a load of Brazilians. We wandered around Copacabana for a bit afterwards before taking the metro back to Lapa. We got chatting to some Aussie guys just as we were walking out of the metro station and instead of an early night before our ...