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 …
... arranged to. Noticing the crowds all moving back in the direction of Leme we decided to follow and discovered out first bloco (street party). There are around 500 of these parties all over the city during Carnaval week which gives the whole place a total festival atmosphere. The Leme bloco was a beach/street party with a lot of fancy dress so we got ourselves some flower garlands and some beers and settled down on the sand. After about 15 minutes I noticed some ...
... room for Samba-ing because it was so packed! Pedra do Sal means 'salt rock’ and it is the central point of ‘Little Africa’ (a neighbourhood in Rio where many freed slaves built a community). Now it is one of the most important places in the city for Samba and lots of famous Samba artists have played there. Later on we went to Lapa which is the area with all the bars and clubs. It was crazy... there were people spilling out ...
... took the maps from us, gesturing for us to follow him. With no other hope, we followed. He took us to the gate of a big yellow house and shouted something to the open window, there was a buzz and then the gate unlocked and he held it open for us. We went through and he left. We walked up the steps and into a reception area. This must be it we thought, hooray! No, after speaking to the guy on reception, who luckily spoke basic english, we realised this was a different hostel ...