Tulip Inn Copacabana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... were gang wars but the drugs and weapon dealers have moved out of Rocinha to other favelas. They may return eventually but, even so, the violence is between rival gangs and generally the residents are not involved or affected. There is a military presence, the military police, that have come in recently (since Rio got the 2016 Olympics) but Luiza is sure they will disappear after the Olympics are over and the gang wars will resume.
... to avoid being a target for armed robberies. Wonderful! After a broken, mosquito ridden sleep, I felt ready to make tracks for the island of Ihla Grande. I will return to Rio in a week so can report more on I it thenIt is only Spring at the moment but it is 23 degrees and humid. Limited privacy, mosquito harassment and 16kg is now my norm but it's liberating and I'm feeling ...
The reason why it was worth spending 500 Euros on a flight from Equador to Rio was the New Years eve at the Copacabana. This was just amazing. My friend Flavia came to start the evening with us in our little hotel. I bought rhum, Coke and some peanuts and the two adorable owners of the hotel sat with us until 10pm and we had a nice apero. Then we walked to the Copacabana. ...
... provide an insight as to what a landmark this is...they get 3 million visitors per year...yes, there are a lot of people with cameras!!! Now we were off to 'Sugarloaf' ( an experience I didn't think I would ever do again after our last visit...right Claudia, Jim and Joy!!!) Breathing deep and keeping quite quiet ( this is not really my 'bag' ) we proceeded to the top...I would have to say I really enjoyed the experience this time...Claudia, ...
... the hostel pops you out three quarters of the way along. The side walk is wide and busy, with a dedicated cycle/jogging lane between it and the traffic. As noted last night the traffic doesn't mess about. The speed limit here, which is essentually a pedestrian zone is 70km/h. On the beach side of the promonade are small bars that typically serve juice, coconuts and beer. Interspaced with these are public toilets that charge up to an eye watering 70p. The city as a ...