Promenade Princess Copacabana
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... little pastries with various fillings. It must be a Brazilian thing though as we found them a bit wanting. Mains were a Carpaccio and a beef skewer with a brilliant seasoning.
After dinner and getting over the price, Rio is expensive!! We made our way back through the streets to the train and on to our hostel.
Having been up for about 40 hours and already packing a huge amount in it was time for some much needed sleep.
Our second day in Rio started with a bit of a ...
... m centru na jídlo. Chtěli jsme si objednali něco malého jako odpolední svačinu a naší skvelou znalostí portugalstiny jsme si náhodou objednali snídani. No dobře, poučili jsme se...
Kdyz jsme dokoncili naší "snídani" tak zaclo prset a my jsme se rozhodli jet zpátky do hostelu a jit na pivo v Santa Tereze.
Počasí není zadna velká slava, ale jelikoz náš pobyt v Riu ...
Well here I am!
I arrived around 7 pm on Thursday nov 13, after a relax 12 hour flight with Air France. That means the plane left CDG (Charles de Gaulle) airport, which I reached with a TGV that left Brussels Midi at 7 am. The train ticket was included in my flight ticket, in fact I got my boarding pass in Brussels. My luggage though I had to register in Paris. Still, a very comfortable way to reach the airport in ...
... your way. After about an hour we finally made it to the sumit. The view was amazing and there were only a few people up there. Its one attraction that not too many people do. We decided to walk through the favela on the way down and stop for lunch. We caught the bus back to Ipanema. That afternoon we went to Sugarloaf to watch the sunset with the rest of the masses. To get there you take two cable cars. The view was again great but the view from the ...
... and the average for a person in the Favellas is 350 REAL. They work driving buses, working in supermarkets, cleaning houses for the rich, babysitting. People that do low jobs usually live in the Favellas. A lot of the Favellas have electricity, clean water and sewage systems. The government is trying to integrate the Favellas as a part of Rios urban development. ~ ADRIAN and ...