Promenade Princess Copacabana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Santa Teresa to see some amazing steps that have been completely decked out in mosaics and tiles from all over the world. We found Sydney, no Perth (-:
After 2 weeks of cities we were well and truly ready to hit the beach again so jumped on a 4.5 hour bus south to Paraty, definitely on our list of favourite places we have visited. It’s a beautiful colonial town with a historical centre fully of whitewashed buildings, brightly coloured doorways and ...
... Jen tans even through the umbrella, so not fair! It's amazing how without speaking the same language, you can still communicate in many ways! We celebrated Hannah's birthday with a day at the Botanical Gardens where I found a plant with my name, a lovely meal and cocktails and she did a very grand birthday hand-glide. We've seen so much in such a wonderful city. We've loved you Rio, but sadly it's time to say ...
... still tired from our two overnight bus rides in four days. The next morning, July 10, we checked out the visibility of Sugarloaf Mountain during our run. It seemed good, so we headed out, walking the five miles to the cable car station at the mountain's base. Though it was cloudy with very occasional sprinkles, we were able to see the top of Sugarloaf all the way to the mountain. We bought our cable car tickets and took the next car up the first leg to Morro da ...
... as we had eaten nothing after the hike. Deepak was also there and suggested we go out for "all you can eat" pizza again. Laura and I quickly agreed. 20 cheesy pizza slices and a stomach ache later, we hit the sack. Exhausted. Our last day in Rio was a beach day. Ipanima beach and Copacabana. Tourists and locals alike litter these giant beaches playing soccer, drinking beer, and soaking up the sun. We rented bikes and cruised around the city people watching. The ...
... albeit just the stadium). After this we went to visit the Maracana Stadium (an amazing old Brazilian guy in front of the stadium showing his skills). The Maracana stadium had two names. Its original name was Estadio Mario Filhos (who was the first sports journalist in Brazil) and it is also name after a bird (the Maracana bird) After the Maracana, Eliana took us to the an old laneway in Lapa which has been completely tiled by a Chilean artiest ...