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October 30, 2000
From journal Now*This is the true place for pleasure! Rio deJan
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January 24, 2001
From journal My first international travel experience
new york, New York
November 18, 2000
Caesar Park has 221 rooms and suites with sea views, decorated in classic, Victorianesque style. In your closet you'll find a beach bag that will attract immediate and desirable attention as soon as you hit the sand. Hotel beach staff will appear, ready to scoot you into a lounge chair, make you a drink, and hand you tropical fruits to nibble on while you catch some rays.
The exercise room is state-of-the art and is included in the price of your room. You can even ask for a personal trainer to help make sure you are sufficiently buff for beach excursions. There is something to be said for working out while taking in postcard-perfect sea vistas. An on-site spa offers massage and all kinds of pamering services.
The buffet in Galani, Caesar Park's restaurant, is the best I had in Rio, replete with heart-of-palm salads, succulent fish dishes, and desserts that will make you glad for the exercise room. I'm a fan of the marzipan chocolate cake and the orange/coconut flan. After dining, you can stroll out to the pool deck and have a drink looking out over Ipanema beach.
From journal Rio: Brazil's Cultural Paradise
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