Promenade Princess Copacabana
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... built it 30 years ago. There are only walking streets and ally ways with no names in the favela which means there is a strong possibility outsiders would get lost. There is no logic to how the houses are built and it's like a maze inside. It wasn't until recently a cable car was built to take people up and down - and even that is slow! Santa Marta is also famous for a few reasons - it was featured in 'Fast and Furious' and celebrities including Madonna, ...
... lanovka přestal fungovat atd. Stalo to za to, vyhled byl opravdu uzasny. Čekali jsme az do západu slunce a bylo to super.
Jelikoz to byla naše poslední noc v Riu vecer jsme se rozhodli vyrazit najit nejakou zábavu nejlepe s zivou hudbou Samba. A podarilo se nam najit takovou chátrající budovu, ktera je pouzivana jako takovej neoficialni klub. Bylo to dobre, byli jsme tam asi jedini turisti a vsude spousta lidí se skvělými ...
... li> The Devil’s Throat is absolutely incredible and the one thing that you should not miss before leaving the park. After walking what seems like miles over the water you arrive on a deck that stands over the waterfall. You can get great pictures here (click here to see video). There are waves of mist so make sure to watch your camera. - See more at: http://wanderingtrader.com/iguazu-falls /argentina-side-of-the-iguazu-falls/#st ...
... to our last dinner in South America and a night out.
We asked for a recommendation for dinner and the receptionist sent us to this pretty informal place, even though we had said it was a celebratory dinner, but the food was typical Brazilian food and was good. Afterwards, we headed outside straight into the Lapa street party that happens every Friday. There are food stands and pop up bars set up literally everywhere and there are people eating and ...
... his person. TISA - for those of you who know the acronym. Unfortunately in the throng of people leaving copacabana station I got pickpocketed for my phone by one of Rio's finest, losing my carefully accumulated photos and music, not to mention my legendary cross continental bottle opener. Fortunately though, I am not German, and avoided the cascade of beers and caipirinhas that were poored on them by Argentinians throughout the match as they dared raise voice. A game that ...