Mercure Apartments Rio De Janeiro Ipanema
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... the side of the beach which we didn't do our first day so now I can say I have walked the entire Cocacabana Beach and Ipanema Beach. I was alone and did not once feel uncomfortable. I think the crime rate is definitely overplayed.
Last impressions of Rio:
- Prob ably the most beautiful setting of any city I've been to
- Happy, active, passionate, polite, mostly ugly ...
... tribute to the steps and to Snoop and Pharrell, boom I think we nailed it! Interestingly on the 10 January 2013 the body of Selaron was found on the steps with odd burn marks on his body, it is said that in the final months of his life he had become depressed having received death threats from someone who worked in his studio. Oooh.
The finally destination of the day was Sugar Loaf Mountain for sunset, as we pulled into the carpark and looked up we could just see ...
... safety concerns about competing in the polluted waters.In its statement, the World Surf League said it was confident Barra da Tijuca beach “will deliver excellent conditions” as the primary site for next month’s surfing event.However, a biologist and environmentalist, Mario Moscatelli, who has been denouncing the state of Rio’s waterways for decades, said ...
... their homes near the beach, no-one lives in the work areas. We got on the ship about 1.00pm and went straight to cabin then had some lunch. Got unpacked,then went back on dockside to buy flip flops and try and login to Travelpod. Signal was weak,so unable to logon.(Reminder to self,logon at home,next time!!!!). We met our table companions,Brenda and Ken,from Basingstoke. It had also begun to thunder and lighten and rained for the rest of the evening.We set sail after ...
... down and along the boardwalk of Copacabana and Ipanema beaches. There were likely thousands to tens of thousands of people on the beach, boardwalk, bike lane and closed three lane road. It was likely busier than usual because it was the weekend, the first nice day in 2 or 3 days and it was also the gay pride parade. I can't describe all of the interesting and intriguing things that we saw (and perhaps didn't need to ...