Mama Ruisa

Address: 132 Rua Santa Cristina, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 20241-250, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Santa Teresa area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Barra da Tijuca, Ruins Park (Parque das Ruinas), Palacio do Catete, and Chacara do Ceu Museum.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    Music and passion were always in fashion

    A travel blog entry by muller14 on Aug 19, 2015

    6 photos

    ... see a different view, that will change the look of it.

    A buffet lunch, chance to stuff our faces! Then back on the bus for the trip to Sugar Loaf. Journey involves 2 cable car lifts, great view of the city from here as well. First view of some wild life with some small monkeys resident up here.

    Back to the hotel, and as soon as the bus is around the corner I discover that my phone has fallen out of my pocket. Have ...

    Final full day in Rio

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jun 07, 2015

    1 photo

    ... shoreline in their stringlike bikinis. I looked over at Leesh and mentioned it as I felt we were missing out seeing plenty of idiots taking a million selfies of themselves to laugh at and she looked around and agreed saying there did seem to be a large majority of guys on the beach. We turned around and looked up toward the road where we saw the massive rainbow 'Gay pride' flag blowing in the wind. We had a god laugh and then realised here I was sitting on my bright pink ...

    Rugby in Rio

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 15, 2015

    22 photos

    ... 12 and 14 perhaps. At this stage, some games that actually looked like rugby were playable. Some of the youngsters were incredible athletes. Dom and Pineapple-Ben assure us that the Brazilians typically produce some seriously athletic people. We had lots of laughs and, despite the odd bit of attitude here and there, enjoyed a wonderful experience. Outside, tiny monkeys were making their way along the power lines. Strolling back down the hill ...

    CARNAVAL / Gringos in the ghetto - Part um

    A travel blog entry by maxandross on Feb 13, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... tried to contact them by email/phone/facebook all to no avail. We had spoke to some folk previously who had been scammed using, rocking up at a booked hostel to find out it didn't even exist - since we'd booked with this radio silence caused alarm bells to start ringing loudly. We started looking at other hostels for the week but availability was super low and dorm bed prices insulting. We decided to employ the tried and tested bury our heads ...

    Day #2 Adventure

    A travel blog entry by kedminster33 on Dec 01, 2014

    3 photos

    ... they were going to play. Did I mention that there were so many people there?! It is insane. They don't seem to get sick of each other. They are extremely friendly. I also did find that some brazilians spoke english, so I could ask for directions if I needed any. I was trying to find a water fountain, but I couldn't come apone one. I started to ask people where I could find one without buying water, but everyone said not to use the fountains because they ...