sábado, 15 de outubro de 2011

Copacabana Beach


It's almost impossible for visitors to Rio to resist the charm of the city's eighty kilometers of beaches. Framed by the wavy black and white mosaics of Avenue Atlântica, Copacabana is one of the main reasons for this fascination. In fact, there are two separate beaches here: Leme (one kilometer) and Copacabana, (just over three kilometers). A center of activity both night and day, the beach is lined with kiosks, a bicycle path and racks, lifeguard posts, public showers and bathrooms, hotels, bars and open-air restaurants. The Military Forts at each end are open to visitors, offering panoramic views.

8 comentários:

  1. True, beaches are irresistible. This one looks inviting.

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  2. Such a famous beach. Thanks for dropping by on my Leeds in Yorkshire daily photo blog and your kind words. Paul

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  3. another irresistible view of a wonderful city

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  4. Eighty kilometres? WOW! The water looks very beautiful too.

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  5. Adoro esse contraste da praia com as montanhas ao fundo!
    Rio de Janeiro cheia de encantos...

    Beijo carinhoso.

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