Rondonia Palace Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to the Carioca Aqueduct in Lapa, an old bridge which was built in the middle f the 18th century to get fresh water from the Carioca river the the people in the city. We said thanks to the driver for stopping us there, snagged a few pictures and went in search on the main attraction of Lapa, the Escadaria Selaron, or Selaron steps. The steps were designed/made by a Chilean traveller in the 1990's, Jorge Selaron, who tried fixing the dilapidated ...
We are in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil!!! It is truly a beautiful city. We saw a few highlights on the bus tour today. We get off the cruise ship tomorrow morning, check into the Sheraton; then we're on our own for 2 days. I'm sure we'll have wi-fi in the hotel but if not, I'll finish up on Sunday when we get home.
From the tour book: Rio is called the Marvelous City. Lushly forested mountains fringe the city, with shimmering beaches tracing the shoreline and ...
... over but the problem was as I was finishing up I heard a group of girls come into the toilets. Forgot to mention the toilets were unisex. I'd say the smell was god awful and I was praying they were just doing their make up or having a quick chat. All of a sudden I hear this bang against the toilet door. I don't think there's a person alive which has experienced that split second feeling of pandemonium when someone tries to open the door of the jacks ...
... building was constructed to look like an oil rig and was voted as the 6th ugliest building in the world. I personally didn't think it was that bad. I actually like it.
We walked our way to the party neighbourhood of Rio. We were back in Lapa! We got an explanation as to the purpose of the Arches which I already knew a little bit about. Our guide did give us some interesting information as to the construction of the arches. They have absolutely ...
... are legally obliged to vote in their country's elections, failing which they can be fined and denied access to state services. And they possess the most wonderful dispositions. Brazilians are quite happy to strike up conversations with random strangers as if you were old friends. If you ever have a seemingly lost or bored expression on your face someone will start talking to you within the next minute. Unfortunately my Portuguese is not nearly good enough for ...