Le Relais de Marambaia
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... month it was hard to believe we had reached our final destination on the tour! We checked in to our LOVELY hostel on Copacabana Beach. I would recommend this place without a doubt to anyone. It is on a par with the Ibis budget hotels but amazingly spotless with lovely staff- massively reassuring after the place we had come from. After a quick refresh we went for a walk along Copacabana beach and soaked up the atmosphere, looked at the sand sculptures and enjoyed ...
... Final matches that would start on Tuesday. My singular obsession/interest also probably made it easier for Heather as we were staying at her cousin-in-law’s place in Rio. Juliana and Berto were great. They welcomed us in with open arms…well I guess Heather was part of the family, but they welcomed me in with open arms. They helped us get settled and set out with us on the bus to Ipanema’s Hippie Fair. This was one of the major things ...
... past time. Next stop was the beach. And it was absolutely packed!! No joke, people everywhere. I have never seen so many people. The atmosphere was electric and it was at least 5 hours before kickoff. We chilled at a coconut stall, ate our lunch and watched the fans chant battle each other! Next minute....Jess couldn't find her wallet......she looked everywhere. Long story short it must have been left in the cab that we got to the fan fest. Poor Jess, there was ...
... up! We walked along to see what was going on, crowds of people were around by then and it soon became clear that a guy was lying on the beach being resuscitated by the paramedics! We couldn't believe it, they were performing CPR on him for at least 25 mins and then all of a sudden the crowd started clapping, they had brought him back to life! It was a surreal and scary experience, we had just seen someone dead on Copacabana beach and then brought back to life... We ...
... are not the targets of the gangs. We visited some local artists, watched musicians playing tango drums, sampled the local bakery and passed markets. We made it to the bottom, alive!! In the afternoon we went for a nice lunch with a great view over the beach and sugar loaf mountain. After a relaxing afternoon we meet some friends for drinks and enjoyed the great atmosphere that had started in the bars with football fans chanting for their ...