Mirador Rio Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro
I'm afraid to say this last blog entry became a little overlooked what with the whirlwind of being back in England, moving into our flat and starting work again. But I’m keen to publish our blog in hardback and so will endeavour to recall the end of our adventures!
We arrived in Brazil in relative luxury after the busses in Bolivia …
Well the adventure begins, the planning and paying completed, we have at last seated ourselves in the Qantus lounge for breakfast. Thanks to Danial, we arrived in plenty of time to go through a slow checkin process and convince the business lounge we are entitled to be here. Relaxed now and ready for the adventure. Well we arrived in Argentina and …
... schools compete with dance displays and costumes putting on marathon performances.
And, the long version:
Probably the biggest misconception about Carnival is you can get right up close, be in the parade and have a wiggle with the topless ladies wrapped in feathers. This is not at all the case. As it's a highly organised Samba school contest, crowds are limited to the stands.
We bought the cheapest tickets, but still expensive for the last night. I ...
... facts that Tony shared every meal. (Thankyou for those sir Tony, I can't remember any to be honest. Hitler? Hookers? You really need to simplify your facts though, provide a written summary upon conclusion at the very least) With our hydration levels restored and the locals taking ownership of our coconut'sno longer wanted, we ventured to the natural falls (Soooo many falls). At these falls though, we got involved. The afternoon was spent trying to outdo one and ...
... looking for
dinner and everywhere is a buffet pay-per-kilo place. They are fairly common
elsewhere but in Rio every other restaurant seems to be one, and they are
amazing, meat cooked to order, sushi and the most amazing salads, so we filled
up in one of those and headed back for a reasonably early night ready for an
early start tomorrow for a full day in the city to learn about this fascinating and beautiful place.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsMirador Rio Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Arrived today enjoyed lunch and checked out the beach.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.