Solar do Imperio Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Solar do Imperio Hotel Petropolis
Travel Blogs from Petropolis
... 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 ...
... the tickets for $53 real each (approx $21 US dollars) and this also included entrance to the Christ the Redeemer. We waited in line for the shuttle and were OFF! Being that it was a sunny day, I found it hard to believe that there was no visibility, but we will see. As we start driving up, we noticed it getting cloudier. I was really praying for the best at this point. 30 minutes later, we get out of the shuttle and are on our way up. As we go up the escalators, I see ...
... city of Rio.
- Lunch of the usual grilled meats, with the servers circulating among the tables with giant skewers of meat (beef, pork, lamb, moose(?), linguica, chicken, more beef...) hot off the rotisserie.
- Then to the Sugar Loaf to see more panoramic vistas. This time a two-stage cable car ride to the top.
... the sun disappear just behind jesus. I was hoping for a shot like the one that came from the world cup but the statue and the sun didnt quite line up. No complaints here though, it was still an amazing sight to see.When it did finally drop below the mountains of Rio de Janeiro, you better believe people applauded. Thanks sun. Thank you for doing the exact same thing you have been doing for billions of years. You are a champion.We made ...
... Fred score!) and while the attendance was 13,000 the place looked empty, because it can hold 80,000!
Me and an other IAESTE student from Araraquara took a stroll down Atlantic Avenue and had a pizza for dinner at a restuarant on the boulevard, then Acai from a stall further along. It was a great way to end an excellent weekend in Rio! Today I'm moving on to Ilha Grande for a relaxing time on the beach and hiking around the forest.