Savoy Palace Hotel
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We woke up at 10:00 AM. We got a bunch of food from the vending machine in the front of our hotel for 20R. All that junk food we had for breakfast. We watched TV and caught up on some much needed rest in our hotel room until 1:41PM. We were hungry so we first booked reservations then took a bus from our hotel to eat lunch at Mocoto (name of actual restaurant). The bus ride took 1 hour 56 minutes and cost 16.90R. We arrived at the restaurant at 3:36 ...
... man invited us out to a concert in the park, we decided this was a brilliant idea even though we had never heard of the German jazz funk band performing. After a power nap and a shower I felt relatively alive again and was ready for this experience. Kelsey didn´t join us on this time as she went off to meet some friends she had here. Once we arrived at the park we walked in the wrong direction a couple of times before finding the stage. Over dinner we managed to catch the ...
... paving stones). Claire I loved though. We´d worked together in Edinburgh some 6 years previously. She was a little ray of light during a day of *****, when you were working and didn´t want to be working. Always smiling, joking, laughing. She was kind and so healthy looking she looked like she had never had a worry in her life. Definitely not Scottish (she was English, but from the North which is full of Scots like people really. Just folk stuck on the wrong side of the ...
Never again. Never again will I embark on a 22hr flight (with an hour's congested connection that nearly made us miss our flight to São Paulo) with a resulting 13 hours time difference. I hope not, anyway. Upon arrival at destination, brain and body do not act as one. Fluent, articulated speach is a luxury, and that's just English. What made it worse for me was that to help avoid another bout of ...
... t seem to matter much because we were all pretty excited to finally be in Brazil
We were met by our guide, Fernando. Right from the start, Fernando was great. He was full of information and interesting facts. Unfortunately, it started raining almost as soon as we got on the bus. It really didn't fit in with the plans for a walking tour of the city but Fernando gave us the opportunity and everyone was gung-ho. Lets just walk it in the rain!