Mirador Rio Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMirador Rio Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Arrived today enjoyed lunch and checked out the beach.
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... and Corcovado. The sun was shining and it was HOT! We felt like we were cooking in the glass enclosed cable car. The views were great but it was kinda "been there, done that" as they were similar to the views from Corcovado. They were still spectacular though and were from a different perspective. I'm glad we went.
We decided to go back to the hotel to freshen up and unload some gear. We took a cab to the Botanical Gardens. The traffic in Rio ...
Such spectacular views and Brazilian culture throughout! We stayed at one end of Copacabana for the first night, the final day of the g adventures tour. A beautiful beach paradise with plenty of waves to catch. Day 1: Arrived and we were thrown right into rios main sights! Cathedral, Lapa Steps, Santa Teresa, Christ the redeemer and then sugar loaf for sunset! For dinner we went to an all you can eat pizza and salad buffet place, a final night w the ...
... league. - Many different body types wearing many variations of "swimwear" We stopped at the headlands between the beaches for a while and watched people diving, fishing and boogie boarding in the water. We continued along Ipanema beach and back and purchased some tasty açai for lunch. It took us about 5 hours to walk from end to end and back again. As we walked back along Copacabana beach to our hotel, the days ...
... also included a lot of Carnival costumes, as you can see in the photos.
On our final night, being Saturday, we set out to Lapa,
which is party central to music and dance fans in Rio. There had been rumours
of spontaneous samba dancing in the bars and even the streets of Lapa,
underneath the huge white aqueduct which used to ...
... I am now sat on the roof of the hotel looking at the most amazing view - the 4km of Copacabana Beach stretches both ways beneath me, Sugar Loaf to the left and the fort to the right - it doesn't get much better than this (although I expect I may say that again and again at some stage on this trip!!).
This morning I walked to the end of the beach towards Sugar Loaf and ...