Promenade Leblon Inn
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- Swimming pool
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... enormous slices of watermelon and every manner of snacks such as crisps, biscuits, cashew nuts. We had a great time!
Our exploration of the city took in a wild minibus ride to the top of the 700m high Corcovado for a close up look at the Christo which was named one of the seven new wonders of the world in 2007. At 38m tall, this global icon is the biggest Art Deco statue in the world. Erected over a ten year period and completed in 1931 ...
... evening and we had no place else to go! So we signed the contract and moved in.
There is no WiFi at the apartment so we walked until we found a tourist information center where we were told we could use the WiFi at the Starbucks in the Mall about 15 minutes away. So we walked the long walk in the hot Brazilian sun to "Shopping Rio Sul", found the Starbucks and paid way too much for a ham and cheese croissant and a bottle of water so we could use ...
... nalitej uz po jedne Caipirinha ... hic.
Ach jo ach jo, nejsem si jista, jestli to bylo tou Caipirinhou nebo masivní porci fazolí, ale Femi měl velmi rušnou noc stravenou na záchodě. Naštěstí ráno se cítil mnohem lépe a po snídaní v hostelu jsme vyrazili na turu do džungle. Dva průvodci, nemůžeme si ted vzpomenout na jejich jména pravděpodobně se oba jmenovali ...
... near the first train train station that leads to both the upper and lower trails. They do check bags at the gate and you are allowed to bring food and drinks into the park if you want to save money and bring your lunch.
- Circuito Inferior (Lower Trail)
... liked being on a boat! I was very good to make sure I held on properly. I think I would like to learn to swim soon. Then I when to another place on the coast and Chris and Loretta took me on a Kayak, it's a new experience for a monkey spending so much time on the water but there was plenty for me to see and new types of trees to climb whenever we went ashore.