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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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... we came back down for lunch, Tchau Deus, Vaya con Dios, Dios!
After we ate we went to the Copacabana Beach for about half an hour! We saw Lola (and her dress cut down to there). The weather was perfect, and the beach was surprisingly crowded for a Wednesday afternoon in the middle of winter (I wish our winters were like this). The water was so blue and it was still warmer than any beach in the US I've been to! Maria and I ran to the beach, whipped off our shoes, jumped in ...
... siente..' - Argentina hadn't won in Brazil! After a bite to eat at home we headed up to Lapa. A very happy Luca and Gio joined us, also singing the song. You could really see the contrast in spirits here - very, very happy Germans and Brazilians and deflated Argentinians, although to be fair it was all in good spirit. We had a bit of a dance and hung around the streets having some more Caiprinhas before finally heading home - the World Cup finally over! Truth be told it ...
The Germany/France game was an experience - the Maracana is huge and it was jam packed. The crowd seemed split between German fans and Brazil fans - we didn't hear a lot from the French. The noise level was incredible. The stadium didn't seem equipped to handle the crowd - it took over 20 minutes to get a beer or any type of food. So Brian and I went without rather ...
... left plain - they're all painted in yellow and green. People sing and dance in the streets and many are wearing football shirts. I asked one local what they thought of the World Cup coming to Brazil. "People are protesting because the authorities are trying to simply hide the poverty here rather than do anything about it," he said. "But as soon as the World Cup comes I think all the bad stuff will be forgotten. Brazil loves football, we all love ...
... Mt. Corcovado is capped with a 130-foot (40m) tall statue named "Christ the Redeemer."
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