Rio Aeroporto Hotel
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... in 1912. Great views of the city below from the top, an informative social narrative of the cable car's history in the second station and some lovely forest walks around the peak, where we saw tiny Capuchin monkeys, lizards, butterflies and birds.
The Botanic Gardens proved a quiet, tranquil sanctuary from the busy streets. Beautifully set out but, sadly, a little neglected, we nevertheless enjoyed the displays in the Japanese Garden, ...
... money. She was reluctant to rent the place without all of the money up front plus a R$600 damage deposit but she relented when she learned of our plight and the problems with Edmilson. It was now 1:20 and we still had to walk back to the bank and get the money.
When I got to the bank, I had to wait in line to speak to the information clerk who told me I needed an MTCN number to get a WU transfer. So now I had to find a place where I could get online and ...
... definitely, prefer the small, out of the way towns that are less touristy. Our home exchange was about 45 minutes from the airport and, I must admit that we weren't impressed with the part of Rio that we drove through. The apartment where we stayed was in a pretty nice neighborhood, but it was still the city. However, how could we come all the way to South America and not visit Rio, at least for a short stay.
Andrea, the ...
... Isla San Martin (Island in the middle) The free boat service into the island depends on the water levels of the falls. The island was closed both times that I visited the park since the water levels were too high. You can see on the map though that there are two good view points of the falls on the island.
- Garganta Del Diablo (Devil’s Throat)
... it was not filled to the brim with ladies in Brazilian bikinis and guys (young and old) playing soccer volleyball and beach soccer. Still Copacabana was lively…artisans were selling their trinkets, sand castle architects were encouraging people to take pictures of their sand castle art (and donate of course), and the flags of the acclaimed professional team, Flamengo was flying every quarter of a mile or so. The hotels and shops that align the ...