Windsor Palace Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... want the goods not our lives. Very reassuring. But seriously, I didn't feel at all threatened the entire day. We also found out that there is a soccer game at Maracana Stadium tomorrow night. Hopefully we can get tickets. We ended up walking the length of the beach - all the way to Fort Copacabana at the southerly end. It was probably 3 km each way. There was a gorgeous breeze to keep us cool along with the lapping of the riotous ocean waves that often took us ...
... Because there was ************e there yet, we managed to see all the views from all the angles, get all of our photographs and it was only 9:45am. As we made our way down towards the buses to take us back to town, the realisation set in that we had just been to our last planned attraction on our trip. Sad times. In spite of, or perhaps because of that realisation, we decided that we needed to make our own caipirinha’s and hit the beach! Not knowing the exact quantities of ...
... as the clear water both crashed around you and onto you (we got very wet!). We wandered around the park for a few hours making sure we took plenty of photos of the falls and the wildlife we came across before heading back to town for a traditional rodizio barbecue. The next day we flew to Rio de Janeiro and checked into our hotel on Copacabana beach. After a hearty hotel breakfast we headed to visit Christ the Redeemer on a mountain overlooking the city. We queued in the heat for ...
... of lion hunting. While that’s a random conversation and I’m not sure how it started I bet you can guess what perspective I argued.
I almost died of hunger that afternoon but we walked to the Impanana beach after the botanical gardens and got chicken and cheese croissant thingies that were not nutritious but delicious. We lay out on the beach for two hours (with like 3000 other people (and it’s November)). We swam in the big scary waves and ...
... ribbons, despite virtually everyone living in apartments, yet we saw no cats at all- maybe the dogs eat them. And the people are very good at cleaning up after their dogs, compared with other dog loving cities in the world where it’s not so much a matter of going for a stroll, more like going through ...