Solar do Imperio Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... rated hostel, though a lesser hill this time,
and still disappointing though slightly better maintained – insufficient facilities
for the numbers crammed in and high price – now I’ve changed my books may be
happier in a hotel – hostel guest’s expectations are obviously a lot lower!
Headed out to check out the sights of this “imperial city”
where royalty apparently used to hang out ...
... 4 minutes. We met our head pilot, "Mosquito," as soon as we stepped out of the car. He was a short, bald man in his late fifties. He gave us a warm welcome and ensured us that "today we are going to make dreams come true." He may have had a flair for the dramatic. After signing our lives away and paying the mandatory park fee, Julia and I got back in the car along with Mosquito while Marty and Darren waited at a beach bar for the other pilot. The plan was that the girls would fly ...
... and joined the fun.
Last Day in Rio
Day 3 in Rio was actually our last day after doing the entire tour. We visited the neighborhood where the artist, Selaron, made his tile steps until he was either brutally murdered or committed suicide last year. (some debate but most think it was murder.) The tiles are fascinating so I took quite a few pictures.
Last meal was the Brazilian national ...
... which got repaired last week.Next we visited the national park around Christ. Over 7% of all Rio is national park and that makes it the city with the largest national park in the world. It’s amazing having so much space given to nature in such a large city. There are numerous hikes, waterfalls & scenic areas. We visited a small waterfall that was cool but not on the scale of Igauzu. We drove through one of ...
... bar with many folding chairs and tables, and they serve almost everything, although some specialise in, for example, seafood. A plate full of garlic prawns (usually in their shells) costs around NZ (or US$) $12-$15, but a hamburger and chips would be less than ...