Hotel Villa Rica Rio de Janeiro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... t resist that pun!) As soon as we got back our guide, Rodrigo, began the preparation of the fish so we could eat them for supper. And I can tell you they’re not bad at all though you do have to search for the meat. They tasted even better with very strong caipirinhas to wash them down and sleeping in the hammock wasn’t a problem after those caipirinhas either!
Next morning we took another river safari and this time we saw loads of kingfishers - I ...
Today we (Jess, Gina and I) left for Ilha Grande which is about 2 hours away from Paraty and is a large island just off the coast of mainland Brazil. When we got into the van that would take us to the dock to sail to Ilha Grande we were treated by seeing a few familiar faces; Joe and Ali the English couple and Elliot the young Brit doing a solo trip. It was awesome to see them again. Arriving in Ilha Grande ...
... 240 steps to the base of the statue or take the elevator, cutting out 219 of those steps. When I say choice, one only had to look up the 240 steps and the decision was made!! The queue for the elevator reduced quickly and the time to the top was only 10 seconds!
The viewing platform was very busy. I’m glad we hadn’t arrived in the middle of summer. I would hate to think what the crowds must be like. A lot of people were standing in front to ...
... in 1822, it adopted Monarchy as its form of government (with Emperors Pedro I and Pedro II). Many historians and Brazilians from other places saycariocas are nostalgic of the Royal and Imperial times, which is reflected in many place names and shop names.In 2009, the city won their bid to host the games of the XXXI Olympics in the summer of 2016. This was the fifth bid by the city, whose 1936, 1940, 2004 and 2012 bids lost.
... everybody shamelessly. If you pass someone, they could turn their head and stare at you for more than a minute. Maybe that was just because of the size of my bikini, since every woman, literally every (tall, small, fat, skinny), wears a bikini with the least amount of fabric. I wouldn't feel comfortable showing off my entire ass to everyone, but they seem to be ok with that.
Anyway, ignored the staring eyes and had some time to relax on the beach. At 5 I went to watch ...