- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... is its sheer popularity given the very limited space. Fighting our way through the masses of people it was hard to find a spot to take it all in let alone get a photo without the errant arm, face or dreaded selfie stick of another tourist getting in the way.
About an hour at the top was more than enough to take it all in and lose patience with the crowds and it was a welcome relief to make our way back down the hill again.
Back at ground level the crowds were less but ...
... se dívali se na živou hudbu v jednom z mnha baru a do hostelu jsme se vratili asi ve 3 rano.
Pátek 28. listopadu
U snídaně jsme potkali pár z Londýna Petra a Hannah, kteří jsou velmi sympaticti a vlastně žijí jen dve ulice od nás Hanwellu. To je ale náhoda!
V metru si se mnou Femi povida v češtině. Jalikoz Femiho znalost českého jazyka se stale zlepsuje vyvinuli jsme si takovou ...
... Bong bong, a few stamps, and I was in. Pfeww.
Drew and Lisa will host me for as long as I want, "several months if you want to" said Drew. So nice! I have my own room, what a luxury!
The neighbourhood is lovely. Sidewalks are paved with white and black tiles, showing several designs, like in the old streets in Porto or Lisbon, Portugal. Pastelarias where one can have lots of delicious sweet things and ...
... got soaked making my way back to Ipanema. That night Marco (a crazy alcoholic Swiss guy and mad soccer fan who was staying in the hostel), Rob and I went to watch a local soccer game at Maracana stadium. Marco was super excited to be there becuase of the history associated with the stadium. While there were only a handfull of people there that night to watch the game, at one point the stadium set a record attendance of almost 200,000 people.
... of brothers who teach Jiu Jitsu. When I got the taxi there, I got dropped at the bottom of the street, as the taxi drivers are too scared to go into the favela. Motor taxis at the bottom of the street taxi you to and from your door, for a couple of bucks. The whole time that I stayed there, I felt safe. After a couple of nights, I was happy to walk up an down the street at all hours of the night. Some mornings, I would be getting home at 4am, 5 yr old kids would be playing with ...