Real Palace Hotel
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... the Brazilian and Argentinian sides of the falls. Yesterday on the Brazil side we were treated to the stunning view of the falls and Devil's Throat, which really is incredibly humbling. The power of the falls is insane, to think of the destruction from the floods they had a month ago is to defy logic. If you haven't seen any footage, get your google on. Powerful ****.
Unfortunately I was starting to feel the effects of the endless drinkathons of Rio and Porto and have ...
... time like yesterday at the Jesus so there was more space to take photos. We decided to take some photos of the girls in Rio today, so what better place to do than the Copacabana! We love the beach in Copacabana especially when it wasn't a crowded as the other day when the FIFA fan fest was on. Today was enjoyable seeing all the great views and travelling on public buses from place to place. Shows you how ...
Landing in Lisbon late I had little time to disembark the plane, get through security again and board my long haul flight to Rio. Luckily this all went fine and I even had time to sit down and realise how much hotter it already was... And I hadn't even left Europe. Next stop, Rio and the my World Cup adventure. After sleeping through several inflight movies I landed in Brazil. Welcome to Rio Mattyboy...actually there was no huge welcome, in fact other than ...
... down stairs. Later that day, I walked up to the football pitch (right at the top of the favela so a fair climb) to watch Chris in his first coaching session with the boys. From what I could see the boys looked pretty good to begin with, so I didn't envy Chris his role! But there were also a couple of coaches in place to help out.....although they seemed to be giving Chris a harder time than the boys were! I left after about 15minutes, as although Chris was holding his own, ...
... things. Its set on a hill overlooking the city and had cobbled streets and aging mansions, the streets had a great feel to them. We walked around the neighborhood and bought some authentic souvenirs from a local shop.
Next we went to a place called Escaldaria Selaron which is Rios most famous staircase which is the legacy of an eccentric Chilian artist named Selaron. Story is once he built the staircase (after many many many years) he killed himself on the stairs by ...