Sol da Barra Apart Hotel
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Today we visited Christ the Redeemer on the hottest day since we've been here (around 40 degrees) We got a taxi to the bottom of the corcavado mountain where the 98ft statue sits. Then took a mini bus with the company that look after the national park up the hill. I'm not sure why but I didn't think it was going to be quite as steep as ...
... around whilst getting slightly sozzeled on Caipirinhas. All around us the locals were playing futebol, bat ball, swimming body surfing and posing their bronzed scantily clad bodies. I replaced Sid in the waves with Do and we had oodles of fun body surfing and messing around. As the sun set we wandered along Ipanema and across to the Copacabana where we strolled along the boulevard enjoying the bustling and laid back atmosphere of the Copacabana at night. With ...
... on foot taking care to display no watches or wallets and with only enough cash to get by. I found I had no heels to wear and so a first Rio shopping encounter was necessary. Apart from finding nice coffee at 'Cafeina', we were introduced to Rio style food by Fabrizio and Caroline who took us to a cafe serving the traditional Saturday dish of Fejoada which is black beans, pork, rice and orange washed down with Caiparihna, a drink made with powerful cachaca alcohol. We tried ...
... around the world they began sending him tiles from their home country. As a result there are tiles from over 170 countries which ornately decorate these otherwise boring and drab stairs. It was certainly quite a site to see. Afterwards we went to the cathedral in the heart of Rio, it was designed so that it appears quite ugly from the outside which was certainly correct, I couldn't believe how ugly it was. ...
... with flowing water on the float. They had African themed floats, they had one with loads of zebras. The costumes and floats were really amazing and the atmosphere in the sambadromo was so amazing. People singing and cheering. I stayed till 2 and by then I couldn't stand up anymore. The section I was in was fine but very crowded and squashed. There was not spaces to sit and I had seen what I came to see. I headed back on the metro and it was still really fun of people and easy to get ...