Hotel Mar Palace Copacabana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mar Palace Copacabana Rio de Janeiro
Friendly staff and yummy breakfast
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We had two days in Rio - not enough as it's a beautiful City and two days does not allow us to do it justice. The first day we were escorted to Christ the Redeemer via the cog train and shown around the site. The quick ride up was interesting with views of the back yards early on then vegetation and some monkeys and birds the higher you get. …
After about a ten hour flight we arrived in Rio de Janeiro in the late evening. We caught a taxi outside the terminal but would suggest that anyone traveling to Rio prebook one inside the airport at a set price as the drivers are renowned for ripping off customers. To cut a long story short our driver tried his luck but failed.
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... and made dinner at the house.
The weather was a little nicer the next day and we hopped on the local bus and spent most of the day at the Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden. The Garden shows the diversity of Brazilian and foreign flora with around 6,500 species (some endangered) distributed throughout an area of 54 hectares, in addition to numerous greenhouses. There is also an important research center, which includes the ...
... on the beach with james and mark before we went back to the hostel and began drinking again. The Canadians got back to the hostel and we had a night of heavy drinking night with them in Lapa.
Lapa is mental, from what I remember, which really isn't much. I apparetly spoke spanish to a brazilian who wasnt happy about it and at one point in the night James and I snuck into a bar after paying to get into a bar which sucked. Basically I dont remember ...
After a great nights sleep in my queen bed (albeit with Blake), wake up refreshed and ready for the first game we have tickets for, Belgium v Russia at the legendary Maracana. Hop in the shower, which is sort of like driving a stick-shift car (I imagine, having never actually driven one) dealing with the hot and cold water. Alex, David's friend from Orlando, is supposed to be meeting us at our apartment at around 10:00 AM so Blake and I head out to grab some ...