Merlin Copacabana Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... first cable car on Sugarloaf was constructed in 1912 and its cables supported 180 tons in traction. It's maximum speed was 7.2 km/ hr and it held 22 passengers. Today a car holds 65 passengers and go much faster (10 metres per second - you do the math, I'm on vacation).
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... common in Brazil whereby there is a huge buffet and you fill and weight your plate and pay by the kilo. This was incredible value and for the first time in a long time being a vegetarian didn’t matter as I could pile my plate high with fresh salad and veg and Tim could refuel his dwindling protein supplies with a mountain of meat.
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... as it sounds,however, we did have a good a flight down, with just a hint of turbulence/turdulance as we like to call it.We set off approximately 12.40 am and arrived in Rio approx 11.40 ish .It was a pleasantly warm 30 degrees!!!! The transfer to the Sheraton Hotel took another 30 mins and after getting booked in,we were soon snugly asleep on the 20th ...
... a version of sand tennis with pickleball style racquets and another hybrid game of beach volleyball and soccer where you can hit the ball with any part of your body except your arms. I now understand why these countries are at the top of the world in soccer as they are experts at ball control. I've never seen someone spike the ball with their head or by doing a bicycle kick before. Things I need to practice and take ...