B&B Yaya Rio Hotel

R. Farme de Amoedo 135 - Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22000, Brazil | B&B
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Obrigados and Obrigadon'ts

A travel blog entry by golds26


... since Sara's kind of sad that Australia's Socceroos were dead on arrival, we'll move right to the first installment of an ongoing feature of this blog: the FAN POWER RANKINGS, in which we rank the top fan bases by evaluating commitment to the cause (of their own nations' dominance), strength of presence, and level of self-awareness (lower is probably better). In reverse order, out too picks for World Cup 2024 Day 2 are: 3) Mexico, for fully embracing the stereotype ...

Jazico Perpetuo - The Family Burial

A travel blog entry by nikkirech


... boxers - and this creates a lush environment of green softening the harsh, cold stone of the crypts. They are placed in rows that appear to have no rhyme or reason - each with a little number indicating the location. We knew Mauro's family burial was 336, but it took us forever to find the 300 row. It would jump from 200's to 1400's, then back to 100's and back again to 7000's. It's as if a child created a building out ...

RIO: Carnaval, sea-beaches and views

A travel blog entry by rivkapi


... the bus to the center. It is a nice city, full of palaces. A river cross the streets.Full of tropic trees and plantation. It started to rain, so I went to the summer palace of the 1808-1865+- Potugese kings and family. Then I went to a cafetera, having healthy food.
The rain stopped, so I could walk and see the palaces,houses etc.
I approched the Beer museum - I knew about it, but it is not marked ion the map. It is a fantastic place, tell you ...

'The greatest show on Earth'

A travel blog entry by annahildreth

... understatement but a must see at least for a bit
Lost in the ghetto - stupidly failed to retrace our footsteps, unable to get a taxi, roaming around at 6am with a drunken liability on my left and an innocent swedish couple on my right...great! Not pleasant, bad vibes from surroundings, fight or flight mode, not to be repeated if at all possible.
Drink with gorgeous Argentinian in Santa Teresa on my last evening in Rio...nice! We're going to get a farm with horses together!

Rio de Janeiro: Cidade Maravilhosa

A travel blog entry by jolotravelling


... das Ruinas, then stop in for potent caipirinhas and a filling pot of feijoada (pork and black bean stew) at Bar do Mineiro, or an Amazon-inspired meal at the amazing Santo Espirito. For us, Santa Teresa was also the ideal place to stay, at the flawlessly run Casa Cool Beans guesthouse-highly recommended! 5. Lapa Lying at the foot of Santa Teresa, Lapa is a former red-light district that has been reborn as the samba capital of Brazil. Crumbling old ...


This B&B, located in the Lagoa area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Hippie Fair Crafts Market, Santa Teresa Tram, Flamengo district, and Galeria Café.
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