Abba Thank You for the Music by Robert ScottEverybody loves ABBA—as proven by the blockbuster success of Mamma Mia! The Movie. Thank You for the Music traces the story of the Swedish supergroup—which has sold an estimated 350,000,000 records, tapes, and CDs—through their songs. Starting with their world-conquering 1970 s disco hits, it travels through to the more reflective 1980s, with The Winner Takes It All marking a watershed in their output. Every tune from the musical and movie is covered, and glorious photographs form a sublime gallery of ABBA s most dazzling costumes. This is a unique in-depth study of the places, events, and characters that inspired an enduring catalogue of classic songs.
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The Best Secret Nightclubs in Rio de Janeiro
First-time visitors to the Latin American paradise known as Rio de Janeiro can follow a simple formula. Stay at a hotel in zona sul the southern zone of the city where Ipanema and Copacabana are located. From zona sul , you can enjoy the beach by day and party hard by night at local bars and clubs. Lapa is not gay per se , but open to anything and everything fun. Check the Boate website for the occasional Thursday promotion and more info about the club.
Apr 2, The best and most interesting nights out in Rio de Janeiro are the ones an outdoor space for dancing and chatting, an indoor 'dark room' for.
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The Ultimate Guide to Gay Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Rio De Janeiro has been high on our travel bucket list for a long time! When we think of Rio, we think of stunning landscapes, beautiful beaches, icons like Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf Mountain and of course, bronzed Brazilian boys! Rio is the second most populated city in Brazil. It was nothing like we had seen before. You could be within the city surrounded by skyscrapers, only to turn and look out over Guanabara Bay and see over islands. But of course we had to ask, is Rio De Janeiro gay friendly?