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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... of fresh watermelon, honeydew and papaya, a massive bread basket from the bakery freshly baked that morning and I don’t know what he did to my scrambled eggs but they were the best I had ever tasted. He would always greet us with 'Toodabay’ which we thought meant ‘are you going to the bay’ being we were in a fishing village with a bay but soon learnt in Mendoza it meant ‘everything ok?’ or similar.
We wandered to one of ...
... Redentor on the hills over looking the city, it hits you, you are in Rio.
My first jetlagged day I didn't really do anything of note other than check out the world famous Cococabana, filled with the classical beautiful Brazilian women, interspersed between the leathery tanned, hagged majority of men and women alike wearing nowhere near enough to cover the one to many visits to the local steakhouse.
Thankfully I had bed to ...
Arrived in Rio this morning at 08:00 and from the view from the bus immediatley could tell that the place is poorer than Sao Paulo (state and city). The favelas get very close to the roads and the quality of infrastucure is not as good.
We took a bus from the bus station to the hostel (which is in the Copacabana district, two blocks from the beach), ...
... we could see. The photos sprinkled around of what you're supposed to see from the top of Sugarloaf made me sad. It looks like one of the most spectacular views, but there was no sense waiting because those clouds were going nowhere fast. We descended with two Ohioans and a Chilean we met on the top of Sugarloaf, and discovered a torrential downpour underway when we got down, with no taxis in sight and a line of tourists huddled under awning waiting for cabs. ...
... Beach area. The restaurants all have seating along the wall closest to the ocean, so you can sit, watch the beach, watch the surfers, and if you glance slightly off to the right and across the water you have a lovely view of the Pão de Açúcar (Sugar Loaf) mountain. It is relaxing, beautiful, and the food is fantastic. We ate at Confeitaria Colombo, which is an old restaurant in Rio. Their ...