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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... it is pretty easy to find a quiet spot to read. You will have no trouble finding something you enjoy with the many different genres to choose from.
Fishing is a relaxing hobby. Just find the supplies you need and a location to fish on. Find out if you are required to have a permit. Once you begin fishing, you will see it's a good way for you to get away from your too-busy day.
An excellent hobby for enjoying nature ...
... lanovka přestal fungovat atd. Stalo to za to, vyhled byl opravdu uzasny. Čekali jsme az do západu slunce a bylo to super.
Jelikoz to byla naše poslední noc v Riu vecer jsme se rozhodli vyrazit najit nejakou zábavu nejlepe s zivou hudbou Samba. A podarilo se nam najit takovou chátrající budovu, ktera je pouzivana jako takovej neoficialni klub. Bylo to dobre, byli jsme tam asi jedini turisti a vsude spousta lidí se skvělými ...
... love trains. Here, I could drink a coffee and see the sunrise over the fields. Think about the wonderful trip to come!
In the airport a little stress, because, like when I had gone to the US last winter, my return was past the normal visa three months. At that time they just did not want me to check in, so I had to buy quickly a flight from Portland to Vancouver, CA, show it at the counter and then was allowed to ...
... Dacourt, as well as some brilliant Brazilians who it has to be said were just as good if not better than the ex pros. Pretty cool to watch but Al eventually had to tear himself away to meet Marisa from Pulse and her friend Maria (also an ex Pulser who is Brazilian and now lives in Rio). We headed to Dias Ferrias in Leblon (the fancy road) and ate some nibbles at a lovely tapas bar with cold beers watching the Holland v Brazil match with all the Brazilians cheering for the ...
... true, but simply tooooo expensive for the value and service you get. If you are going to Rio, there is no need to stay here more than 3 days. But when you have 10% of the population owning 50% of the country's wealth, all this makes sense that the people are frustrated ready to rip anybody else off. We have paid a crazy amount of money for a 5 day stay and after two days felt trapped wishing we could leave the ...