Rio 180 Boutique Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I got the metro to where I was staying that night and then walked 5 minutes to Zoe and Jakes. They had just got in too so we chatted and then went to sleep about 3.30 4 ish. The next day we had pancakes as it was pancake day and Zoe and Jake had bought all the ingredients. They are so sweet. The pancakes were delicious. I had mine and then at 12.30ish I headed to go and see the famous sugar loaf. This mountain/big hill that has great views over the city. It was pretty cool. I got a ...
... The young ones are tiny and butt ugly without the redeeming tufts! They seem to fight a lot and two fell from nearly 6’ but scuttled off seemingly unarmed.
Spoke to the guards about some small purple fruit I found on the ground which is jarmelon??? (Brazilian cherry?) – quite tasty & rich. Had wondered if it was acai when I saw it as the same colour and hugely popular here ...
... I missed the shuttle I reserved because of the wait.
So then I waited in line for the Omnibus. Knew the route to take (whew). Eventually a lady joined me in line and asked me about the bus route. I felt so 'knowledgeable' but she asked me in Portugese. I do not know any Portugese. I showed her a pamphlet I picked up. She did not speak English. Somehow, we decided to share a ...
... market in town where I manage to find a cheap NY yankees ripoff cap. Afterwards we walked down to Lapa to take a few snaps of the arches and the famous stairs. We decided to walk the rest of the way to the base of Christ the Redeemer. It took a couple of hours and by the time we got there the clouds had closed in again. We went back to the hostel and decided to try another day. That night we went to Lapa which was supposed to have amazing nightlife. ...
... and kept stroking my hair saying "Barbie". Not sure how I should take that. We caught a bus home at about 2 with some French guys singing football chants. He had had a couple. The following day we headed to Santa Teresa to see the famous Escadaria Selaron - the tiled steps leading from Lapa to Santa Teresa. Really beautiful and one of the iconic Rio sights with hundreds of colourful tiles and images on the way up. We spent the next few hours wandering around the suburb ...