Solar do Imperio Hotel
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... bus terminal is huge, two stories full of companies bringing you all around Brazil, so it took me some time to find what I was looking for, but then, hop, got a ticket for within half an hour, just time to buy a sandwich.
The bus was all comfort, I was glad I had thought of taking a sweater with me, their air conditioning is killing me! The trip was nice, the last twenty minutes we went up up up. Petrópolis is in the mountains, about 1000m altitude, that is where the ...
... of cereal all over the floor. Left at midday to explore Santa Teresa, forgetting our map. Were unable to get back into the hostel so decided to wing it. Which may have been a mistake. Walked all the way to the top of Santa Teresa before realising the famous steps we were looking for were at the bottom, but at least we saw the whole place (JackNav's rubbish defence for leading us up a blind alley). The artistic tiled steps were pretty impressive though, well ...
Today is actually day 4. Yesterday started out great and ended horribly. I went to the Fifa Fan Fest on Copa Cabana beach to watch the game with some of my hostel mates: my Mexi-American friend, Eliseo, and my new Aussie buddy, Pistol Pete. The energy was incredible! I wanted to post more videos and pictures from 2 days ago and from the Fifa World Cup Fan Fest but after the game (**** Germany :-P), ...
... the screen. You couldn't move so all our legs felt worse for wear the next day. As the game headed into extra time the tension had really grown and the Argies were starting to break down with the stress and then Germany scored with 7 minutes left... the beach went silent apart from a few muffled German cheers. As they accepted their fate, somewhat surprisingly, rather than an angry, loud reaction the Argentinians either clapped or just cried. It was quite sad to see but I ...
... I was screaming back at them "tranquillo!!" (relax!!). One of my only Portuguese words that I had learnt from reading "Marching powder". None of them were cuffed and they started to relax a little, when they noticed my frustration. I was sitting in pain, wondering where I was and when the **** would I get out. I was just in some board shorts and my aussie Socceroos jersey. At one point, I was busting to **** and couldn't hold it any longer. I got to my feet, wrists in ...