La Pedrera Small Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... fit old guy with a great sense of humour. I also meet an English guy called Chris. We hit it off quickly and soon start the 2 day Buzios bender. *Buzios bender- After some more drinks, and a sneaky **** with the Canadian bird (in my room there was a loft with beds up top. Some people were sleeping in the bottom room, where my bed was, so I left the lights off and took her upstairs to a vacant bed. Perfect little sneak strategy), we head out on the town. We choose "Privilege" club, ...
... silly Shua.
Red faced and on-fire, we got him back to the hostel and tried to explain the non-tour situation to the hostel owner. She was adamant that we didn’t need to understand the dialogue that it was all 'A bit boring anyway’, and insisted on booking us again the next day. We were tired and fed up and so acquiesced. It seemed easier and meant Shua could go lie down in a bath of body lotion for his poor, sun-burned skin. Oh, silly, silly Shua.
... realized it before as I think most of the time I did it subconciously. The reason why I came to this ipiphany is that at first I tried to estimate the number of apartments in the building, then I estimated the average of time per year that one apartment is occupied and then I figured out how much this place made in a given year based on 70R a night. I forget the number but that's what I did. I then had to calculate what this place cost me for the ...
... It was great to hear an Aussie accent around. We meet two of Rio's placcy surgeons as well! - only in training. We enjoy a few Caprihinas by the bar and then head out to Lapa for a night filled with meeting loads of different people, amongst plenty of marriage proposals from the lads haha and a lot of dancing. Arrive back at 5am and crash out ...
... has had reasonable experience with my sage advice and world knowledge and viewed this with unjust (in my view) though perhaps understandable skepticism. Anyway, we were stopping in Atlanta. My experience with being in International transit is that you dozily get off the plane and wander aimlessly through the Duty Free shops for a few hours. This may be your experience in the rest of the world but the United States has a treat for you: the ´We´re going to treat you like ...