Rio 180 Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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First Day touched down in Brazil, there is a lot to see when I first got out of the plane. I was eager to start my first adventure. I rented a Car for the whole week, the car was a Chevy cobalt. So I went to my hotel (Rio 180 Boutique hotel is where I stayed) unpack my stuff, the money here is different then US currency their currency is Brazilian …
I woke up to a amazing sunrise I've ever seen. Got dressed, and went to breakfast. Nothing fancy for breakfast just eggs and bacon. Now I'm off to Cristo redentor, this is the most interesting out of all the places because It represents its Hundredth anniversary of being independent. Up there you could see everything, it was amazing and breath …
Today I'm going to the Lagoa neighborhood to site see. This is the most exclusive neighborhood in the affluent zona sul district, and third most expensive neighborhood in all south america. When I got there I started walking right away, instead of visiting shops right away. The sites are amazing, and most stuff here is expensive. I saw a building …
... the Jesus statue yesterday. Around noon we drove back down because we had to pick up our tickets for the Sambadromo in a hotel yet. This went very smoothly and we were within 45 minutes of our ticket for the evening. We wanted to buy something to eat, and were looking for a supermarket. As is common in South America, it is always waiting for a long time in front of the cash register. So one of us is directly at the cash register and / the other goes to get the errands. After ...
... was used to impress the twerking under aged girls. A few of the guys even tried it on with the foreign girls, this usually included a gyrating or humping action.
The next morning we changed hostels. Rio backpackers had everything we needed but was mainly occupied by locals, including a few large local families, and so minimal English was spoken. Walk on the beach was more of our cup of tea and housed a variety of other travellers. We spent the latter half of the morning on the ...