Rio Aeroporto Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... into the lines and use it for free. There are so many wires on the posts that if your electric goes out you just put a new line in as you'd never find your wire. Sometimes they do not have water for several days at a time. So they tend to do all their cleaning when they have water. There are no playgrounds as we know them. There is a tiny concrete, chain-link fence enclosure where the kids can play soccer. Luiza assures me there is no crime ...
... for me when they copped I was travelling on my own! I got a taxi from the airport for €14. I read to only take yellow taxis with meters to avoid being fleeced. The Santa Mix Hostel was high up in the mountains and cost me €7 for the pleasure of a 6-bed mixed dorm. There was no sign for the hostel on the building which Gabriel, the Italian guy working there ...
... and see where the carnival usually takes place! I want to come back for that
The food in Brazil is very good. Feijoada is a very delicious pork dish with rice and black beans and a kind of bread crumble. I also really enjoyed the buffet by kilo places where salmon, madiera meat and much more was on offer. I enjoyed a variety of steaks and meat including picanha and even Bobs the local fast food place. The desserts included globo biscuits, a ...
... were hundreds of all ages cycling and jogging in the lane reserved for them and more people were playing volleyball and football on the floodlit beach. It really is a great facility and I was jealous that I couldn't join in. Though I had changed into proper normal shoes for the first time in the holiday. I felt that Rio deserved them and Anne had put on her lovely flower patterned dress in its honour. All well as the holiday draws to a close.
... made a tour through a ' flavella' ( a neighbourhood with no rules and mostly inhabited by low income people)...not advisable to go at night. Our driver was very familiar with the territory so we felt quite secure. Then we were off to see "Christ the Redeemer'...a monument associated with Rio and known all around the world. This is quite an adventure to drive to the top ( we have taken the train before but time did not permit) I hope the ...