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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... and it was a semi-final match!! A bus picked us up at 6:30 pm for a 10:00 pm game. We had to stop at 5 other hotels and the traffic was worse than any Toronto traffic I've ever seen. It took us 2+ hours to make a 20 minute drive. Once we finally got there we were told that this was the first game since 2007 where they were serving beer. That must have known we were coming! It was epic! The locals were constantly taking selfies of themselves in ...
Prepped and ready to go on our long bus ride to Rio, we had mixed feelings about this part of our journey. Firstly, we were obviously super excited to be going to Brazil and to such an iconic city like Rio. But secondly, we were a bit sad as this was our last destination that we had planned to visit from the beginning of the trip. So this was the beginning of the end of our trip. Despite this, we managed to get some sleep on the overnight bus and were woken up at about 9am when the ...
... Passadores (meat waiters) come to the table with knives and a skewer, on which are speared various kinds of meats. You are given a round paper circle which is green on one side and red on the other. The waiters with the various meats will continue to serve you until you turn your circle to red. The food was excellent . After dinner off to the Samba Platforma show. The show was complete with samba music and dozens of brilliantly costumed performers that included ...
... We had contacted airbnb and were informed that we would have to pay for two nights at Sergio's plus the service fee which was one day's rent. So Rochelle spoke to Sergio and explained that we were going to have to find another place. He was very understanding and even got us a list of hostels we could try. We located one hostel that had beds available in a co-ed dorm and the rates were the cheapest we had found for the 31st to the 3rd (R$140/night). We ...
... açai bowls as we hadn't had anything to eat since breakfast. We made it back to our old hotel (which was still storing our big bags) at 4:58. We had just enough time to swap a few things in our day bags and head to the soccer game, which from now on I will refer to as football. Football in South America is big. Tonight's game was between two local/neighborhood teams: Botafogo, who needed a win to stay in the premier division and Flumanencia, who wanted to win to stay in the top ...