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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidencial Apartt Mangaratiba
Rio is not cheap. This is what cheap gets you in Rio (near the highly prized beaches). $R200/$US100 per night. The room was no frills but I felt more or less secure.
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... and the waiters bring out all different types of freshly cooked meat on huge skewers and cut you off a piece.
That evening we went back to our hotel and played cards while talking about our favourite parts of the holiday we had spent together over the last 3 months.
Then it was finally time for the four of us to end our trip together as Chrissy and Josh headed ...
We ended the tour with a visit to the roof of the fort. It is amazing! You rarely see the side of the ocean on the other side of Copacabana Beach, because only the military is allowed in to this area still. It's easy to understand why. The sea is an angry beast on this side of the beach. The waves were crashing in around the rocks creating swells of churning, foaming chaos. The ...
... They had hoped to have an amazing sunset but it was overcast so they settled for a beer instead and watched the lights come on across the city. Tomorrow we had another tour planned but we have cancelled this and will do it later in the week. Thank goodness we have a few days up our sleeve. Dinner for Regan was at the Copacabana beach front. Still quite busy for a monday evening and calm with a humid 25degrees. Looking forward to seeing this area in daylight ...
... were mostly very green, with trees overshadowing the streets & quite well maintained border gardens around the trunks. Most the trees had orchids growing on them, and what I call devils ivy climbing up them to the point it was often hanging down over the road! Although not in the city centres obviously... There was always lots of traffic, often with traffic controllers at the busier intersections blowing their whistles. What I did ...
... scenery with uninterrupted 360 degree vistas. We then boarded the cable car to the top peak. We were really up in the clouds by now and if we were in awe of the scenery from Pão de Açúcar, we were gobsmacked by the view from Morro da Urca. We had made our way around the top of the mountain, taking photos of Rio from such a wonderful viewpoint when suddenly there was a flash of lightning and a crash of thunder. We watched the most amazing electrical storm from ...