Hotel Villa Rica Rio de Janeiro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... there is some light we can see fog! No worries we get on board settle ourselves in and go through the usual pre-flight rigmarole, the plane taxi's around and the next thing we know there are announcements that the airport is closed due to the bad weather!!!! OMG fog is the equivalent to our centimetre of snow!
We have to disembark the plane, and head out of the airport, by the time I trundle off the plane, Sarah is in heated conversation with the airline ...
... of the toilet and shows them our bag (so strange why they asked this?) and we ran to the plane. We got to out seats and my heart rate was through the roof. Aaron looks at me and says “whoo that was fun!”. Ummmmm…. NO it wasn’t!
Anyway, we slept fairly well on this flight, probably because we were so traumatised about missing our international flight to Florida. We get served dinner, and its pretty good for plane food, along with ...
... 1000, and is a new structure really, finished in 1976.
Had lunch at an 1894 building, but decor was from a 1910 restoration. Great buffet, so much food.
Next to Sugar Loaf Mountain - cable car goes 222m to a smaller mountain, change cars and continue to Sugar Loaf which is 396m. The views of the bay are spectacular - reminds me of Sydney there is so much water and inlets. It is the second largest bay in ...
Another loooong but exciting day. Unfortunately Yovanna ended up at the hospital.......
We started with a 7am breakky and at 8am our tour guide "Manu" came to pick us up. He had told us to start this early to avoid the crowds, apparently threre were lots of tourist in Rio these days.
Without time to waste we headed for Corcovado Mountain and the incredible Chrisf the Redeemer. Along the ...
... are going to be my fuel for the next few weeks. I think the group are stating to understand the true Malteaser Tabitha as I was pronouncing deaf as death... When everyone realised my mistake I got the "it's even your first language response" ... My bad :) All in all I can only keep my fingers crossed the weather is better tomorrow after some rain tonight as I don't want to miss out on sun time on these incredible beaches and blue water ...