Hotel Villa Rica Rio de Janeiro
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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I went around the other side of the statue to the chapel, and sat for a few minutes in there, and thought of my late friend Neil. He would have been SO happy that I was here, chasing my dreams around the world, and emotions overwhelmed me before I could help it. After having a moment, I headed back downstairs, thoroughly exhausted, to the tour bus.
I slept through the next couple destinations as I had seen them before, and woke up in time for ...
Today we decided to get another early start as we wanted to go to the Maracana Stadium before our midday checkout. We had breakfast then walked down to the Metro station about 8 o'clock. The metro we were waiting for wasn't running today as it never runs on a Saturday so finally we found out we had to take the other line then change stations after 2 stops to get back on the line we needed. It was ...
... li>100 Argentinean Pesos (no other currency)
- Entering the day after is half off if you keep your receipt and get it stamped before you leave
- From Puerto Iguazu to Iguazu Falls
The time has come for us to say goodbye to Rio. It's been an incredible 27 days and we've created memories that I will treasure for the rest of my life. You'll be pleased to hear that I finally bought my g-string bikini! I played it very safe though, just in case the rest of the beaches we go to are not as forward thinking as Copa & Ipanema (wink wink). Unfortunately it's been raining over the last few days, so I didn't get a chance to parade the beaches here in my new ...
Rio de Janeiro is an incredible city on a number of levels. It has a contagious atmosphere that grips you instantly by the baby maker, a landscape more curvaceous than page 3, and arguably one of the best life styles in the world if you can handle 27 degrees, beach and sunshine in the depths of winter. However, whilst the World Cup is showcasing Rio's best attributes to the world, hidden beneath is a slightly murkier undercurrent. Unsurprisingly in the lead up to the World ...