Parque Hotel Pereque
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to hide out here.
After a day in Copacabana Marja has been thinking about getting a Brazilian Bum lift we saw on offer in New York. The woman of Brazil have no problems of gravity getting the better of their bums. It was Saturday, sunny and packed full of local tourists who were living up to the Brazilian reputation of leaving next to nothing for the imagination.
We had a fantastic night out which started with brilliant live ...
... We went on a kayaking tour on very calm seas (thankfully) which took us to a private island, through a mangrove and to a mud pool again, not a sunny day but glad of that given we were out for 4 hours. I could have spent a week here it was so ...
... but when in Rio... The boat left the bay and we sailed around the Rio oceans taking in the bright lights, catching views of Christ the Redeemer, and partying to club beats of local Rio DJs. The ratio was about 7-1 in favor of guys so it wasn´t the most fun party, but being on a boat was good and the views were nice. I also met some dudes from London who were very cool to talk to. After the boat, we returned to the hostel and crashed for the ...
... to a restaurant and bars along copacobana to watch the football and bring in the evening! England were playing Uruguay that evening and unfortunately, as per usual, lost the match! The next two days were equally magnificent. We checked out the streets of Botafogo and the shopping mall. We collected our World Cup tickets from an official venue in the city and the sun was shining brightly. How appropriate! That afternoon we went on a guided tour of the city and made our way up to ...
... lead they seemed to pretty much give up. On our way to the forest outside Rio -Petropolis- we discovered that, unless you are using a very common route, the bus system is pretty rubbish. No timetables, destinations or names for stops. It took so long to actually get on a bus to get to the terminal that it turned out to be a good job we were staying the night there. It was also worth it for the MASSIVE breakfast and Victoria losing her mind when I told her the walking and ...