Mercure Rio De Janeiro Botafogo Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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... jak tenhle sen vlastne skončil.
Takže nejen slaby žaludek, ale také velmi živé sny ma Femi jenom po jednom dni v Riu :)
Ve skutečnosti jsme se po snídani sli projit po Santa Teresa, navštívili jsme ruiny starého koloniálního dům, který byl přestaven jako rozhledna. A take jsme nasli slavne Selaronovi schody. Umělec, který je stvořil, Jorge Selaron, bydlel v jednom z domů podél schodiště ...
... and a freshly retired couple that will leave Rio within some days. Long talks, lots of beer and wine and later on alcohol, and see, my Dahl had a nice success!
Who would have thought that, Isabelle is actually becoming a kitchen princess ;-)
As for me, spending the night outside with this nice hot weather, talking with very interesting people, it just could not be better. I love my ...
Was dropped off next to the Rio Lagoon - to ease the pain of climbing taxi fare and took a bus back to the beaches and bus back to our accommodation.
My lost suitcase turned up at 8pm by courier - great to have my stuff again. Did I mention this earlier ? Only one suitcase of 2 came from Dubai. with us.
So off for walk again to Leblon for dinner. Finding Brazilians speaking English other than at major hotels was minor inconvience ...
... in front of the big screen outside Fan Fest. Before the match there was a great atmosphere as we talked to a Brazilian family next to us and low and behold the Hong Kong dog cushion lady was sitting next to us too. The atmosphere turned quickly however as somewhat prophetically a dark cloud gathered above and soon it was tipping down and not long after the cheers had stopped and Brazil were 5-0 down after thirty minutes. As Brazilians started to leave and we were sat ...
... minute thanks to a friend of Helen's! It was on. After a couple of beers to settle the nerves in town we headed to the stadium on the metro. Uruguay and England fans were all buzzing, especially a teenage Uruguay fan who was (much to everyone's amusement and horror) sick in the carriage. Walking out of the station we were immediately met by a boteco covered in England flags and surrounded by England fans. After a Caiprinha or two with our fellow countrymen we started the ...