Maybe this is a little specific; but does anyone kmow how to get tickets for the match between Fluminense and Vasco at the Maracana tomorrow?
Is it better to take a guided tour, any cheap and good? Going with children so want to be safe
I am looking for a place to stay not to far from Rio. It should be tranquil and relaxing. Would like to lay in a hammock and look at the monkeys... Does anyone know a place like this? Can be a nice pousada in a big garden too.
Have been to Ihla grande so thats out of the question.
I put this question on the south America Forum but received no answers. Hopefully greater response via this forum.
Looking at taking a 18 day South America tour during 2016. Destinations included:
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 5 or 6 nights ( includes 2 days pre tour)
Iguazu Falls, Argentina 2 nights (arrive by air)
Buenos Aires 3 nights (arrive by air)
Lima, Peru 3 nights (arrive by air)
Cuzco 3 nights (arrive by air)
Puno 2 nights
June or July or early August would suit us best, however we can travel any month either side. Will have a round the world ticket (from Perth Australia) and intend to also visit Europe & UK which we have visited many times. The important thing is to visit South America during the better weather.
Appreciate all answers.
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