Mercure Rio De Janeiro Botafogo Mourisco
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... room and opened our cases. There we discovered Margot's things had been completely rearranged but she didn't think anything was missing. My case had also been looked through although the lock, which had been jemmied open, had been put back. All that was missing were a few things that I keep in my day pack and had packed on the top including a refillable water bottle and my hat (sorry Deb, it was the Medicare Local hat you gave me). The zips inside the case were open and my things ...
... up against a railing with dozens of other people all peering over your shoulder at the sunset... Not the most romantic of sunsets! But nonetheless it is definitely worth seeing from Sugarloaf... The journey up there and back is fun, and on the way back down, we took a little Caipirinha break on Morro da Urca ('tis a hard life) where there is a bar with a happy hour from 6-8pm (YAY) and enjoyed the views over the northern bays of Rio, with all the lights starting to ...
... smell raw sewage and fumes from cars! Since all of this pollution is in the water the 2016 Olympics might not happen in Rio de Janeiro. Officials have vowed that 80% of the sewage will be treated by the time the Olympics ...
... staying at a hostel called Posada Palouma - it wasn't the greatest hostel so the next morning we changed to Che Lagarto which was right on the water and much nicer. Although in the room that we were assigned there was a real issue with moisture - mould covered the walls and the beds felt incredibly damp, almost wet. We went out for dinner that night and just happened to run into Elliot, Joe and Ali on ...
... Ort. So wurde rhythmischer Samba gespielt Tänzer/innen zeigten wie man richtig Samba tanzt und die Stimmung war ausgelassen fröhlich.
Für heute stand der Besuch des Zuckerhuts am Morgen und der Sambadromo am Abend auf unserem Plan. Wir fuhren zur Talstation der Gondelbahn die uns auf den Zuckerhut brachte. Nach kurzem warten fuhren wir zur Zwischenstation. Von dort sah man nun die Stadt von der anderen Seite aus als von der Jesusstatue. Es ist einfach gigantisch, soweit ...