Rio's Nice Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRio's Nice Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Well situaded, close to "arco da lapa" and 5 min walk to the center (metro station : Cinelandia). In front of the hotel, big grocery store, very useful. Small swiming pool on the top with sauna and sun deck ; apreciate after long walk in town.
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... just docked, but at least we kept moving. Unfortunately the day was cloudy so I didn't get the kind of photos you see on postcards, but it was beautiful and breathtaking and I was glad to have been there.
Finally it was time to go home, where I ordered pizza then collapsed into bed. I know it was a huge entry this time but I couldn't find the time to write one before now (while I'm sitting at Brazilian bbq...again) I hope you enjoyed it, but more than that, enjoy the ...
... out through the main door the players use when entering the field on game day. The stadium was used in the final of the FIFA World Cup and will be used in the 2016 Olympics. We spent just over an hour there then caught the Metro back to our hotel to checkout in time for midday. Once we checked out we wanted to catch a taxi to our new hotel but for whatever no one would pick us up!! So of corse ...
... so rested upstairs and checked in around 4 pm to return to Sao Paulo for my final day in Brazil.
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Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil, on the South Atlantic coast. Rio is famous for its breathtaking landscape, its laidback beach culture and its annual carnival.The harbour ...
... Rio, but someone visiting our hostel spoke English advising us Vidigal / Leblon and most of Rio is safe to walk at night and we found this was the case. Everyone is out exercising or just walking the dogs. I guess one takes the usual precautions anywhere - not in dark alleys or here going into the favela (shanty town) unescorted. Hit the sack around 10 -11 pm after coming back in soaked from the last 10 minutes of walk from the seemingly nightly ritual of ...
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