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 …
The next process in Rio - which we had already encountered at the start of our trip was passing through immigration and this time we were less lucky with timing as we joined on the end of a long line of passengers just arrived on the Paris flight - armed with the Colmbian version of an entry card. There must be a huge army of people processing all this meaningless information - or else like the UK's Border Agency, it's all for show. The ...
... s last day involved a little shopping and other bits but other than that was quiet. He left at 5ish and within minutes of him leaving any disillusion I had that being alone in South America on my own might be difficult was dispelled... I met Benjy (a white Zimbabwean lad) and Tiaan and Evan (2 Afrikaans guys from Cape Town) that we'd been out with the previous night and we booked a boat party round the bay in Rio which was absolutely quality and up there with my ...
... waiting nervously at the bottom, screaming for us to get down. A police car ended up stopping to see what the commotion was about. We thought that we were going to get arrested, and planned our escape. Who would run which way to ensure that we wouldn't all get caught. Luckily, the police left. Maybe they had bigger fish to fry, and we quickly scaled down the ladder and got to safety. One week later, I was in Lapa again and an American guy wanted to climb it. This time, I refused to ...