Merlin Copacabana Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
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... scantily-clad people. It was the first 'official' night of Carnaval and the place was alive with colours, music and drinks. Many drinks. If I were to use Rio at Carnaval as my only reference point to describe Brazilians I'd say their favourite things are booze and teeny weeny swimwear. Males and females. As the wifi at the hostel was of course broken we had resigned ourselves enjoying Carnaval as a twosome since we were probably not being able to meet up with friends ...
... year (a local told us Brasil has two seasons, "Carnival" and "Preparing for Carnival"). It starts around 10pm and finshes after 6am, with only 6 groups performing each night of the 12 in the special category. It has to be the greatest show on earth, with over 4000 people per school - dressed in the most amazing costumes - performing simultaneously over the length of half a mile. Each samba school writes a new song each year which the fans have ...
... restaurant/bar right next door where I can eat or drink and get online on my laptop. But, there's no place to plug in so I'm limited to the 15 to 20 minutes my battery will last on my ****** computer. I can use my phone but for major emails and/or typing I have to do it at the apartment and cut and paste it once I'm online. So that's how this saga was written.
The happy ending reads like this; When the Western Union office opened on Friday morning at ...
... Devil’s Throat). There are concession stands that are near the first train train station that leads to both the upper and lower trails. They do check bags at the gate and you are allowed to bring food and drinks into the park if you want to save money and bring your lunch.
- Circuito Inferior (Lower Trail)
... were staying. Niemeyer is a very well known architect and the museum was pretty cool with great views of the bay. Although the most exciting thing for me was seeing a turtle when we were walking back along the seafront...! That evening we took the ferry across the bay to Rio to go and experience the famous nightlife in Downtown. We went to a historic site called Pedra do Sal which was open air with live music and a great atmosphere although ...