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- Continental Breakfast
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... people!) in the room one morning only to look up and see 2 of the little critters watching us with absolute fascination. Al was going to throw them a resistance band and ask them to join in! Every morning Riccardo would stick fresh fruit in his bird cage and dozens of brightly covered birds would come for the treats laid out for them. He would don his chef’s uniform and then make us the most amazing spread for breakfast, the best being freshly squeezed orange juice ...
... the face lift, it seemed, wasn't taking place in the townships surrounding the airport...some proper **** holes!
But after the flight in as the sun rose, with an low hanging cloud hugging the many mountains surrounding this amazing city, these are minor imperfections can be looked past (plus I love peeking in at the way people in slum, from the relative safety of the bus) and the moment you see the likes of Sugar loaf mountain ...
... just go up and hope for the best. We knew there was no chance of getting a partial refund if we didn't go up. The ride up was actually pretty cool, because we just disappeared into the mist all of a sudden. Unfortunately, the fact that you can't see anything after a certain point while riding the cable car up the mountain also means that you can't see anything once you're on top of the mountain. There was nothing but white mist and clouds stretching before us as ...
... It was great experience to be playing football on the beach as the sun set with the local Carioca's , not far from the Fan Fest (fans cheering Frances 3 goals in the first half) and get our feet in the sand – such a Rio experience. Back to the hotel for a quick rest then we went out to a local restaurant for some lovely fresh pasta and a nice glass of red (Chilean of course). We both fell asleep quickly after returning the hotel. Tomorrow, a day on the ...
The second part of our Tuesday:
After the Feira Livre, we walked to Copacabana Beach to visit the Fort Copacabana. This is an old military fort that was active up until 1987 and they've just recently turned it in to a museum. Of course, they also added a couple restaurants to this venue, because folks in Rio do love their food! The location is ideal, and provides a sweeping view of the ...