Windsor Excelsior Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I'm pleased to say there were none on this visit though. We were a group of seven or eight. Patrick instructed us to follow him in single file, allowing space for other people to pass in these narrow lanes between houses. We could take photos but not of people. Of course there were a few opportunities to part with money, for paintings, food, ingenious jewelry made from internet cable, and other souvenirs. It all helps improve this community, so I ...
... ordered a Mohito, they didn't have the right ingredients and so we ended up getting the national drink, a caipirinha. The drink was really nice but as we realised the next day, also incredibly strong. We went back to the hotel for dinner but the next day could barely remember what we had ordered. We spent the rest of our stay wondering if we had ordered the most expensive and least memorable meal of our trip.
... water from the Carioca river to the population of the city. When you pass underneath you must make a wish - an opportunity I didn't waste. We also walked through the business district, sampled delicious offerings from the Confeitaria Colombo bakery and finished at the Theatro Muncipal. Back on the Metro, say my goodbyes to Kate and then off for a stroll along Copacabana beach. My last night in Rio I splashed out and went to a restaurant on the beach. It was awesome. A fantastic and ...
... Storm' flags. In the last three years (and especially 2014), Brazilian surfing has battered its way onto the world stage in a phenomenon referred to as the 'Brazilian Storm'. Next up was the women's final, which was relatively calm. The men's final, on the other hand, was an extravaganza. The home favourite, Felipe Toledo, who learnt to surf on one of Rio's beaches, came out to rapturous applause on the back of a jet ski. The Australian was not ...
... bite to eat with Jo, a Welsh guy from Cardiff. Went to a place on a corner in Leblon up from the hostel and had a burger and fritas a few more beers at the hostel with some Argentinians who had recently arrived (names forgotten). In my dorm room now and four Brazilian girls have just checked into my dorm and are loud! Nice day at the beach. Waves are pretty tough - lots of ...