Praia Lido Hotel
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... our sunset shots, the colours and light was incredible. Also had my first encounter with a marmoset, smallest monkeys in the world and unbelievably cute and curious with faces like a Gremlin. The bus trip on the way back was similar to our Lapa cab-ride, these guys are MAD! You jump on the bus and then they have a ticket dude who you pay and then allows you to go through the turnstile. They never wait til you are through before they launch off again and we saw more than ...
... actually sure of the time - all my clocks say something different at the moment - I'll sort the time tomorrow!
I was greeted at the hotel with a glass of fizz and, after dumping my stuff, I had a quick look at the roof - amazing is all I have to say! I will definitely be up there tomorrow, even if it's raining!!
The view from my room is pretty cool as well, but now, bed - and just look at all my pillows!! ...
... well-run. We watched on the gigantic screen as Argentina beat the Netherlands in a shoot-out following a nil-nil draw. It was a very boring game, but at least the Argentines were having fun. We were also happy; we will be in Argentina for the final and so were really hoping that Argentina would be playing in that match. We can now expect some craziness while in Argentina for the final. We grabbed a quick dinner in Copacabana after the game, then went home ...
... holding on to a chain that was bolted into the rock. Underneath us were Brazilian police watching us. Probably ready to take tourists to the hospital if they fell. Once we finally made it to the top, we were turned around because we were told we had to buy tickets down below (the opposite of what was posted on their website). Buzz kill! So after 2 hours of a grueling hike, we had to take a bus back down to buy a ticket and then bus back up. Lame. The statue was ...
... the Maracana to the North). We headed back down and our driver took us to another view spot below the Statue which had some more amazing views. Rio de Janeiro is named by the Portuguese who thought (when they landed) that the bay was a river and they landed in January – hence the name. Next stop was the neighbourhood of Santa Teresa. This is a fascinating place, one of the original areas of Rio de Janeiro and now an artist/bohemian area. We stopped ...