Hotel Santa Teresa - Relais & Chateaux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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... dusted with cheese. Like what? I don’t even know. It was unbelievable. I almost died of meat consumption. Obviously, we went back to the ship and fell into a post BBQ coma.
DAY #3: On the last day of Brazil I was supposed to go on an 'adventure hike’ to the Christ Redeemer statue (which was apparently more of a rock scramble) but it rained so the guides said that the hike was not possible. That was frustrating but we drove up to a high peak for ...
... various favelas in the city of Rio de Janeiro. The UPP is a heavily armed law enforcement and social services program aimed at reclaiming territories controlled by drug traffickers. The establishment of a UPP within a favela is initially spearheaded by Rio's elite police battalion - effectively going to war with the drugs traffickers - in order to arrest and drive out gang leaders. In broad terms, tanks enter the favela, gun fights ensue and the police try to take ...
... coming tomorrow ! It was my clothes and our trekking gear in this one, so hope they deliver it to our accommodation.
Took yellow taxi for B$125 to our hostel near Leblon. The price seemed excessive but the driver was not budging and its Sunday ! and 33 degrees Celsius and humid. As many blogs would tell you its not worth the hassle after a long flight to save the pennies on the 1st taxi in Rio. The hostel was booked thr HostelBookers.com and ...
... It takes about 15 minutes to get there from the bus terminal.
We were confused where to purchase the actual tickets, make sure to go on the other side of the bridge opposite the bus terminal with all interior stores (away from the gas station across the street). The first stand on the corner nearest the bridge at the bus station is the easiest stand where you can purchase the tickets.
- From Puerto Iguazu to Brazil ...
... were from the United States (though Heather is Jamaican), because he pulled us over to show us his paintings and to tell us how his painting depicts the “authentic black American jazz experience!” It is often funny hearing someone from another country tell you about aspects of your own culture. Nonetheless, his paintings were amazing. I just didn’t have that type of money nor an ability to transport this massive wall canvas. If anything, ...