Real Castilha Hotel
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... had the feel of a massive city and there were limited signs that a World Cup was taking place. Most bars are actually cheap restaurants that serve bottled pale lager with little flavour (tailored to the Brazilians who want something refreshing) but all had TV screens outside which was brilliant. After a decent nap to make up for the night flight, we had a stroll around our local area, which was pretty middle class, and ended up finding a good fast food style Indian for ...
... limes, agua com gas(sparkling water) and Bacardi from Extra. It was Mojito time! (minus the mint, no mint in Brasil!).
Embu was a place of firsts. First ice-cream, first capoeira display, first cachaça Caipirinha. I loved this place. Cannot wait to go back and drink my weight in wine at that wonderful wine/pastry store. It was now time for the torturous ride home with Brittney, Rhiannon and T-Pain. God, I don't believe in you, but please, save me!
... to her friend and she mentioned I was cute but a bit shy. I could live with that. It was kind of sad I didnt have any shoes or decent cloths to go out so when midnight came I had to let them go out on their own. A problem I will certainly resolve in the near future as that was not my ideal scenario.
As the night fell I talked for about an hour with a local guy. Revolution appears to be on the mind of many Brazilians I meet. They seem to deserve one so ...
... com.br). It’s an extended-stay hotel and we have two rooms across the hall from one another. Unfortunately, we arrived at 10 am and the check-in time wasn’t until 2 pm, so we left our luggage at the hotel and went to Parque Ibirapuera. The park seems like São Paulo’s version of Central Park, and we walked through it for a couple hours this morning and only saw a fraction. Toward the end of our walk, two girls who looked ...
... reserved the accommodations we wanted, and was not conveniently available to answer our questions. Coupled with a language barrier, we chose to accelerate our plans to get to Paraty asap - getting there in 6 hours by bus. I was conscious and increasingly fed-up of the return to our backpacking lifestyle after the relative comforts of the Galapagos. As well as a need to rectify the problems caused by the laptop and passport theft in Bolivia - I was starting to look forward to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility