Rio 180 Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Rio was a bit of a roller coaster ride. It was a rocky start with no bags for 3 days during public holidays when most shops were closed, together with jet lag that had us up very early and exhausted by 9pm, but after that things started to get more fun. We booked the big dude tour with Brazil expeditions and had a fantastic day that started with a …
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... locals do not speak Englsih very well or at all! Rude awakening for sure. We get so used to everyone speaking English we take it for granted.
... centre one day, and discovered the area of Lapa. We went on Saturday
and with it being a bank holiday weekend there were some celebrations
– a HUGE market selling Jewellry, art and crafts, and a square full
of yet more food stalls. There was live music, and a band playing
with traditional dancers. So that was great to sit and watch, until
one of them pulled me up to dance infront of the crowd. Not amused.
We didn't do much today......
Buffet breakfast at the hotel, morning in Copacabana beach, caught up with Juan, an old friend from Uni, relax at the hotel pool, finishing by souvenir shopping at Copacabana street market.
With Juan we visited Lagoa Rodrigo Freitas, a beautiful place for photos surrounded by posh neighbourhoods, however the water wasn't that clean and actually a bit smelly. We also drove along Ipanema and Leblon ...