Vila Boa Vida 1
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- Babysitting service
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... li>Better insulin (the diabetic vote)
It's going to make our own elections next year seem very dull.
... like a star. Patricia looked at me slightly puzzled and asked me why. I told her I thought she was a star because of her wonderfully bright and shining personality. And despite her condition she still managed to smile and be happy about things. Putting a smile on my face, and the face of others, whenever we saw her. Her expression, as did mine, took on one of emotion as she thanked me, gave me a hug and a kiss and said goodbye. I held back a tear as I said farewell and watched her walk away...
Today's adventure started with a breakfast of pancakes and passionfruit juice before heading out on the metro to Sugar Loaf mountain.
I must admit, we did get a bit lost on our walk, but with the help of some friendly Brazilians we were on our way!
Sugar Loaf was incredible with views that encompassed the whole of Rio- it was especially cool looking down on the almost empty Copacabana beach, still with big screens up, ...
... Ruinas Park which has the relics of old mansion. It is now a museum and park and very beautiful with great views toward Sugarloaf Mountain. It was time for lunch and we found a lovely café in the Santa Teresa. After lunch we down the hill toward the neighbourhood of Lapa. Enroute to Lapa we stopped off at the Stadium where they hold the annual Carnival - the samba schools have old costumes from previous years and it was great to see where it ...
... to join me, but I came back the following day to take pictures feeling that it was safe.
The downtown area of Rio has a few highlights including a hideous church that resembles a sort of space ship, the arches of Lapa, and the stairs of Selaron. The arches were constructed as an aqueduct system in the 1700's and is now used for the cable cars to climb the neighboring hill of Santa Teresa. The staircase showcases tiles from around the ...