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- Swimming pool
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... location for Olympic beach volleyball events come 2016.
Our St. Louis six some dined at Satyricon, a restaurant recommended by friends, not far from the hotel. It was quite tasty but really pricey: salad, pasta and one beverage per person came to almost $US90 per person. Good but not THAT good.
We stopped at a Starbucks on the way back and I got a Rio mug for my collection.
Hectic day – not used to that much dancing, I ...
... From dinner we were driven to a live samba show which gave us a taste of Carnivale and the costumes that are worn, some of which were quite spectacular. We were a bit disappointed with the music, none of which was recognisable, and the dancing. We had expected to see more samba dancing. However some of the men put on a great acrobatic show. It was really hot inside so we were glad to get back into an air conditioned bus for a late night ride back to our hotel at ...
... staff what they would recommend doing for the rest of the afternoon. The girl suggested a free Salvador Dali exhibit that was being held at a cultural center in town and also mentioned that there was a large bazar near there as well, which was good since Leslie still had some souvenirs to pick up.
We headed to that metro stop on the CROWDED metro (The most crowded one we´ve seen. Santiago´s was REALLY crowded too, but this one really took the cake). We ...
... br> Now, this is what I call a breakfast!
I have actually been here for almost an hour, it's lucky I don't need to be anywhere today! Amazingly there's even coconut water on tap - I think I've had four glasses so far! My breakfast has consisted of three plates of food! First was fruit - most of which I knew, but there were a couple I had never seen before and some ...
... of the pool and balcony it looked far superior to ours.
We battled through the rain and set off to do a free walking tour, still a little wary and sceptical following Pedro's magical mystery tour only a week earlier. Thankfully the rain had stopped by the time we got out of the metro station and we met the Barnards and over a hundred other people waiting to do the free tour. It seemed like a lot of other people's plans were disrupted by the rain as the tour guides ...