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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The weather today was unfortunately a bit ordinary, not cold but very overcast. We headed to Ipanema Beach which we had heard great things about. We set up camp on the beach and read a book for a few hours but it wasn't hot enough to swim and after awhile we packed it in cause we were getting a bit cold and nervous looking at the …
The flight to Rio started off bad with us stuffing up our Chile time by an hour (I-phone told us we were an hour behind!) so our cab turned up an our before we thought it would which resulted in a mad scramble to finish packing, check out and pray we hadn't forgotten anything in the rush! Trying to board an international flight at an …
... our hotel. Bre then fell back asleep when we got to our room while I watched Colombia and Brazil play against each other in Futsal on TV. It's a game like soccer played 5 on 5 indoors with smaller nets and a ball about the size of a handball. It is fast and the players have very agile feet. It seems like a fun game to play and perhaps we have something like this at home in the winter. We finally left the hotel around noon ...
... place is honestly beautiful, filled with wacky wall art and street sellers. If you are ever in Brazil, I could not recommend Santa Teresa more as it is completely stunning and relatively unknown to most tourists!
Here we found the most incredible tiled steps, with different tiles donated from around the world, and people playing Brazilian tunes on some crazy instruments.
It was then back to our cute little abode, for some last sun and a farewell.
This quirky ...
... game which I assume engulfed the city in a party frenzy but first impressions were, is this city hosting a game tomorrow? Such was the lack of colour and advertising around town. That all changed pretty quickly the day after when young Murphy made his Brazilian TV debut with an interview for the evening news. Unfortunately it was only a short clip and Smurf wasn't impressed, a 90 minute prime-time slot wouldn't be enough time to ...