Parque Hotel Pereque
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... out of the room and shutting the door so the deet did not burn out their eyeballs in the confines of our small room. All in all, this is not the Ritz. This is not even the Pitz. This is worse than camping on the Inca Trail at 4000m above sea level. In winter. When it's raining. Paraty itself is beautiful, quirky, cobbled and teeming with History. It remains much unchanged from the 1800s when it was a bustling slave port- perhaps that explains the state of the ...
... woman had brought with her a cushion with a photo of her dog printed on it and proceeded to hold it next to busts, theatre seats, paintings and windows and take photos of it. Bizarre. We headed back to the apartment for lunch before we said our goodbyes to Simon and we were joined by Ruth (who Ali worked with on Payday) and her friends Edey, Maude, Paddy and Jack, who would be staying with us for the week. We headed down to Copacabana to meet our old Uni mates and got ...
... brilliant night. Woke up hanging again, so a delicious breakfast with fresh bakery bread and a chilled out day watching, of course, football. Had a walk around botofogo, back to watch the next game - Spain are out!! And then passed time until our night bus to São Paulo and the Uruguay match tomorrow. Slept fairly well and arrived in rio at 7.30am pumped for the the big game. There were five of us off to the game but we only had four tickets but thankfully we got one at ...
... of lemanjá are sold in
Rio shops, next to paintings of Jesus and other Catholic
saints. They portray her as a woman rising out of the sea. Small
offerings of flowers and floating candles are left in the sea on many
nights at Copacabana."
Our new apartment in Ipanema was perfect. You ever walk in to a place and instantly feel comfortable and at home? This is how we felt in this new apartment. It did not get ...
... sang a hymn - which all added to the atmosphere on the mountain! After we had finished we made our way down on the mini bus to the main entrance -Blanca was right! It was manic down there now - the queue to buy the tickets was right down the road, but the other queue for the mink buses was even longer - whereas we didn't queue at it, now it was probably at least an hours wait! And even then, ALL those people would be at the top in a small ...