Royalty Copacabana Hotel
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... 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 ...
... were also spectacular. While I'm glad that we saw this iconic statue, I wish we would have had maybe an extra 15-20 minutes to continue to take in the views. There was also a funicular that you can ride up and down the mountain that would have been fun to do. Instead we walked down the 260 steps to the parking lot and took the mini bus back down. The next stop was in the neighbourhood of St. Theresa which is where many of the artisans and hippies come to ...
... out. Maybe they have a much more healthy body image in South America?
And all this goes for the men, too!
There are very poor no go slum areas of shantytowns everywhere in Rio, called Favelas, usually on steep hillsides and often not far ...
... they didn't win! Very passionate people. It was a great afternoon though, everyone was singing and cheering and the crowds were just enormous! When the game was over, we had to more or less scatter from the beach as fights were breaking out between upset Argentinians and Brazilians who were cheering their downfall! Scott and I got separated from the other guys, and after almost an hour trying to find a free taxi we managed to jump in one with another guy going the same way. He turned out ...
... digging into the chair behind me, very uncomfortable. The police didn't give a ****, as they started to ask some standard questions. The man in charge was in plain clothes and seemed to be a fairly important detective. I refused to cooperate with the cuffs on. Two apprehending police officers stood behind me, and refused to take my cuffs off. After a little, I got up off the chair, spun the chair around with my feet and straddled the chair, to stop the cuffs rubbing on ...