Ranoi A. Price
October 19, 2013
Welcome to Brazil
If I had four consecutive days and unlimited funds, I would go to Brazil to visit Christ the Redeemer Statue, embrace the fun filled entertainment at the Rio Carnival, and explore a new chapter in Brazilian Bar Food.
Christ the Redeemer Statue is the most famous attraction throughout Brazil. People from all over the world would come to visit this attraction. The statue was built from 1922 to 1931, by the French sculptor, Paul Landowski. The enormous statue is at the top of Corvando Mountain. There is only two ways to travel there, one is by train, and the other by taxi. Once you’re there, you’re on an adventure of 22 steps to see the monument up close. The attraction would be and amazing site to see because it’s overlooking the entire city of Rio De Janerio.
My wife and I love to have fun as long as we are together. The Rio Carnival would be a perfect atmosphere for entertainment. I would love to listen to samba music playing in the air. Samba originated from slaves from Africa that transported to Brazil. This music was created for the slaves to pray and invoke the spirits of their ancestors. The costumes in the carnival are, colorful like a bag of skittles, exotic like the favorite wine for a special occasion, and limited creativity. The schematics of their costume tells a unique story about the individual but actually walking up to meet them in person. The Rio Carnival represents the true culture of the Brazilian people.
I’ve heard many stories about the Brazilian Bar Food, the cuisine is to die for and the texture is extraordinary. The hostess displays samples of food for participants to try; however, they have the recipes to go along with them. The chefs attend the event as well; therefore, you can get a face with the individual who prepared the entrée. The foods have a mixture of regional an immigrant influences which creates a message in every bite. The very thought of...