our guide told us that this was a "must-see" in Rio and he was right. It's a bit of a cab ride from our hotel on Copacabana, but worth it. We got there about 8, which is good if you want to get in. As we were leaving around 10, it was getting very busy. What can I tell you? We are Americans, we go to dinner early. Anyway, we got there and picked out our table after visiting all three floors brimming full of antiques, princess phone collections, 15' vases, funky chandaliers and so many other gee-gaws, you are just overwhelmed looking at everything. We sat at a small table, ordered the potent Brazilian national drink, ate small plates of great food and watched the samba dancers. Instructors with their students. serious dancers and a few "box-step" young couples filled the floor. It was great to watch all the dancing. The band was so carioca! Really good Brazilian samba. Loved it! This place is an experience in Rio and gives you a bit of flavor of the country.
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