Miramar Palace Hotel

Av. Atlantica 3668 , Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22070-001 , Brazil | 3 star hotel
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Rio

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer

36

... holding on to a chain that was bolted into the rock. Underneath us were Brazilian police watching us. Probably ready to take tourists to the hospital if they fell. Once we finally made it to the top, we were turned around because we were told we had to buy tickets down below (the opposite of what was posted on their website). Buzz kill! So after 2 hours of a grueling hike, we had to take a bus back down to buy a ticket and then bus back up. Lame. The statue was ...

Rio!!

A travel blog entry by belinda-ben

17

... up super early to wait for Dan to arrive, what a gentleman. After catching up with Dan we headed to Christ the Reedemer. We had a stop at a lookout point. When we got there it was packed! So many people, we saw the ultimate CtR fan - he had it tattooed on his back. After wandering the beautiful beaches we settled on a rock overlooking Ipanema beach with a capahrina for some and coconut water for others to watch the sunset. Being the middle ...

Catching Up and New Location!

A travel blog entry by nikkirech

74

... you now have an open account with that Barraca. So, if you want something to drink ( a beer, a coke, a cocktail), some small finger foods, etc., you simply ask and they come running. When you're finished, you just pay off our tab and go!

In addition to the Barracas, you also have the beach vendors! Oh My Goodness, the vendor traffic is non-stop on Ipenama. They walk up and down the beach selling beach covers, sunglasses, ...

Rio in a nutshell

A travel blog entry by martypritchard

38

... they also set up scaffold posts closer to the sister to keep watch. Along the beach are a constant stream of venders, selling everything from beer to bikinis. Then you have the kiosks, bars & restaurants every hundred metres or so along the edge of the beach & footpath. One in the middle is just 2 big screen displays showing popular tv, so you can just sit & watch tv by the beach. The mobile vendors come through these ...

Arriving in Rio - hurrah!

A travel blog entry by maddieuk

4

... 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.

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Copacabana area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Copacabana Beach and Tijuca National Park.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good