Majestic Rio Palace Hotel
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... other people in it, loosers! We succeeded whoo hoo!!! The view was amazing and it soon got very busy!! We got back to our accommodation in Santa Teresa and had breakie, chatted with some of the other guests, a couple of French guys who were lovely and matt , the owner. We decided to have a chilled one and get ready for NYE. This consisted of drinking bubbles in the jacuzzi overlooking Rio in the sunshine, won't lie it felt amazing and I felt very cool which is really not cool to ...
... br> As it started raining by the time we finish our 'breakfast’ we decide to head back and have drinks in a pub in Santa Teresa.
Thursday 27th November
The weather is not great but since our stay in Rio is getting to its end we decide to visit Christ the Redeemer status on top of the Corcovado Mountain. This trip has been on my bucket list for a while and it is a must do in any weather. We took a special tram up the ...
... hot. Catching a taxi back we had lunch round the corner from the hotel. Then I hit the beach. It was heaving. Young, old all were enjoying the sun and the beach. There was music from a group slightly samba, another group had a. Boom box with different type of music ,competing with Samba music for sound. People going in and out of the water crossing to the front of me and to the side. Families picnicking, water boys moving through the sea of umbrellas calling out their ...
... and the kings palace before bailing on the feijoada with the rest of the group at the end of the tour.
We did however come across a feijoada place around the corner for about 10 reais cheaper with a free 600ml beer each. Winners.After lunch we went to sugar loaf again, this time hoping to see some monkeys. We sat on the beach for a bit watching people fall ...
... Pao de Acucar), Selaron Steps, Cathederal of Sao Sebastiao, Santa Teresa, Cocacabana and Ipanema beaches, Jardim Botanico, and today to the largest Favela in Brazil, Rocinha. It was eye-opening to see how people live in these areas and how they have developed over time. We were shown an art gallery as well as a childcare facility, which was really lovely. There was also a spread of cakes and savoury items in one of the shops, freshly ...