Casa da Flavia

Rua Andres Bello, 15, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hotel
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Her name is Rio...

A travel blog entry by klartman

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... on.

Experienced our first 'pay by weight' restaurant for lunch on one of the main streets in Ipanema. Seems like a good idea until you realise you're paying for nearly half a kilo of plate. Had baked salmon, rice and beans and a load of salad. Tasty, but still came to nearly a tenner. Rio is not cheap, but I know you knew I know that. Went back to my hostel and chilled out with the promise of my first Rio party action only a few hours away....

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Drinking Caipirinha in Rio de Janeiro

A travel blog entry by littlebush

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... volleyball without hands) and football it's easy to see why the Brazillians are naturally gifted at football. England have no chance of winning a World Cup unless we start to get 2 year olds kicking a ball around down at Brighton beach. The Ipanema one-legged reserve beach team could beat England's multi million pound bunch. It's a joy to watch these guys skills. Caipirinha is the national drink made of cachaca, sugar and lime and plenty of ice. It's very refreshing, ...

Days 299-301:A guide to Rio Carnival BrazilianBums

A travel blog entry by djmorton

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... cable car over the Sugar Loaf mountain which prooved to be a beautiful way to see the city from above. Sadly, we didn't visit the Christ Redeemer (Jesus statue that over looks the city) up close but we figured he can be seen from a distance, so close enough. $60 saved thank you very much!

On the last night before we joined the tour, we went out for drinks and dinner with two room mates, an English couple, we have been sharing a hostel dorm room with for the last ...

Carnival 2014

A travel blog entry by rainman2468

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... system that couldn't handle the volume level. It was a crazy night out!


The following day we headed on a tour of Rocinha - the largest Favela (slum community) in Rio. The jist of the tour was getting dropped off up the top of a hill and walking down through the favela to the lowest part where we were picked up and taken back to our swanky hotel feeling a little bit more guilty about the life we live. It wasn't as eye-opening as I had imagined. ...

'Girl from Ipanema' goes on a ride to hell!

A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen

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South America never ceases to surprise us and we are astonished at the complete contrast of life here in Rio de Janeiro compared to that in Lima, Peru. Whist Lima was virtually a third-world city where the worst you had to worry about was a crooked taxi driver, Rio is a high-tech modern metropolis where the thieves are rather more sophisticated. On arrival at the airport, Mike withdrew some Reals so that we could pay the taxi ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Santa Teresa area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Barra da Tijuca, Palacio do Catete, Ruins Park (Parque das Ruinas), and Chacara do Ceu Museum.
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