Wednesday, July 21, 2010

A look through the palm trees

In the shade of palm trees in the Flamengo Park, beside the gardens of the Museum of Modern Art, a view of the Marina da Gloria, the harbor of yacht and boat tours. In the background you see the Sugar Loaf, with the cable car.

À sombra das palmeiras do Aterro do Flamengo, ao lado dos jardins do Museu de Arte Moderna, uma vista da Marina da Glória, o porto de iates e barcos de passeio. Ao fundo, vê-se o Pão de Açúcar, com o bondinho.


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2 comments:

  1. This is probably the best view of Sugar Loaf I have seen yet.

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  2. OMG - you mean the cable car goes to the top of the sugar loaf mountain! Scary.

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