Sunset Drive Hotel
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... narrow alleyways. There are supposedly 742 favelas in rio! The walkways were littered with lots of rubbish and unfortunately unpleasant smells. However we got to meet some locals at a shop and also children who played instruments and danced. Day 4 Had acai berry ice shake with granola for breakfast and then took the subway train to maracana stadium! We took a full exploratory self tour to the locker rooms, press room, commentary stands, stadium and ...
... and we only had to wait another 20 minutes for the first train and we got to sit in the front seats. Once we got to the top we were lucky to only have about 10 other people up there so got to get some nice photos without all the crowds. It was a Stella day so we were stoked to have got up early for it! We spent about an hour up the top before heading down. Next we took an hour and half bus ride through the city to Copacabana beach. The beaches were ...
... neighborhoods and many of the major tourist sites, such as the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, and Sugar Loaf and Corcovado Mountains.
... Isla San Martin (Island in the middle) The free boat service into the island depends on the water levels of the falls. The island was closed both times that I visited the park since the water levels were too high. You can see on the map though that there are two good view points of the falls on the island.
- Garganta Del Diablo (Devil’s Throat)
... to rush to, I found myself getting worked up in my mind by all the perceived delays. Interestingly I haven't seen any zap signs on the roads here and very little hooting takes place. Moral of the story - what's the big rush really? 4) Every country, just like every family, has it's challenges & successes. SA and Brazil have both hosted successful soccer world cups. The supermakts in Brazil have dedicated preferential tills for elderly & disabled people; in SA we ...