Ritz Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... night leaving Manhattan we understood would be crazy. We had a car service pick us up (same price as a taxi) and we hit the traffic.
All in all it took about 2 hours to get from Tribeca (down town) to JFK airport in crazy crazy traffic. (so if you are doing the same leave a lot of time in the afternoon).
We walked into the American Airlines section of the airport and checked in pretty quickly. We tried to check our travelling ...
... What more could you ask for !
Rio isn't cheap so we tried to cook at the apartment rather but we really enjoyed Rio's fresh fruit juice and shakes, fresh mangos, watermelon and white pineapple. Yum!
Wish we had booked more than 3 days in Rio as there really is so much to see and do in this beautiful city. But all good things must come to an end so we bid farewell to Rio and boarded a flight to Iguazu Falls Brazil ...
... adding new tiles that tourists had brought for him from their own countries and repairing sections. There are tiles from 120 countries on there. There was even a huge Welsh tile - that made Nigel happy! Unfortunately, Selaron came to a bit of a sad end as he was found dead one morning on the steps and he had been burnt. Some people believe that he was murdered but most think he commit suicide. He had said in the past that he would only be able to die when the work ...
... I was puzzled. Then he whips out paint and a pallette and within 45 seconds, using his fingers only, he had created a complete beach sunset scene. Pete and I were both very impressed. I was broke so I asked Pete to loan me some money, and the Maxi said he didn´t want payment, he just wanted us to have it. Awesome. I wish I had something to give him because I felt the same gratitude for the musical experience that he must have felt ...
... Ipanema, where waiters bring around delicious meat to your table, whilst also having access to a great buffet. We were all stuffed by the end of it and made sure we walked back! One morning we all headed to the Christ the Redeemer statue, perched on a hill over 700m high, looking over Rio. To get there you take a train that winds up through the forest, and then some stairs, however once we arrived we were greeted with not only crowds of people but a very thick ...