Merlin Copacabana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
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One would think that the cidade maraviohsa would do better with its transportation and welcome....
After a very civilized 11 hour flight I got to Galeao Airport to a ...
... like in LA, adding to the beaches popularity. After visiting Copacabana we went for lunch in a buffet restaurant, but it wasn't like a greedy English buffet where everyone piles their plate high to get the most for their money, this was a weighing buffet - you pay for the weight of food on your plate. Perfect for us as we never fancy eating much in the 37° heat.
We wanted to visit one last place in Rio before we left, but the affects of carnaval literally stood ...
... run off this street and could not have been a starker contrast with the vivid mosaics patrolled by a security guard.
After a few snaps that were amazingly unimpeded we returned to the main street, not by way of the prostitute street so that we could have some food. It was quite a bit livelier here than Copa but it all looked rather American, deciding on a place that appeared reasonably popular we sat for a beer and to have another go at the meant to be famous Empadas ...
... is Christian. Last, there used to be coffee plantations in the middle of the city - but there is a water crisis in Brazil (Rio and Sao Paulo) and the coffee plants used too much water so they moved the agriculture outside of the city and towards the rainforest.
Brazil wood tree is the tree that names the country and there is lots of agriculture industry here, including sugar cane. They also mine gold and gem stones. They say ...
... accepted the better team had won. We made our way out through the crowd and with the streets packed we started the walk home, passing thousands of fans on the way and one final rendition of 'Brasil que se siente...' in the tunnel between Copa and Botafogo which was quickly dispersed by police when the Argentinians briefly blocked the road. On our way back we also saw some ecstatic Germans but perhaps some even happier Brazilians, ironically humming the melody to 'brasil ...