Arpoador Beach House

Address: Rua Bulhoes de Carvalho, 470, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22081000, Brazil | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Rua Bulhoes de Carvalho, 470, Rio de Janeiro, is near Arco do Teles.
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    A travel blog entry by kemacleod5 on Jun 20, 2015

    175 photos

    ... and then an ecological walk to explore the surrounding wilderness and then on to the map room where Carlo gives us more information about the history, the geology and the ecology of the Pantanal. Lunch siesta, hammock!

    An afternoon boat ride with Carlo and Nico. Added a few new birds and saw Giant Otters again. They are very shy making it difficult to get a good picture. On the way to dinner, I came across a juvenile anaconda sleeping coiled up in a ...

    Third Day and fourth day

    A travel blog entry by kodeet on May 29, 2015

    ... it is a hill town that is perched on a hill. It was really cool to see that many houses on a hill, well not just houses stores, schools and more. There wasnt much there to visit. But it was cool to see how they were build on a hill. I spent all day there and then went back to my hotel, to hang out for dinner and sleep. The next day is the journey back to Wisconsin my trip is over now it was fun to see a different way of life then the US. ...

    Rio to Porto Alegre

    A travel blog entry by n6tk on Feb 21, 2015

    4 comments, 5 photos

    We're really hoofing it south down the coast because the plane only has a permit to stay in the country for twelve days. So we've got only one full day at each stop. What to do in Rio for one day. Well not go to the final Carnaval parade because it runs from 9:30 pm to 6:00 am and we have to be up early, not that we're awake after 10 pm anyway. So we take two rickety old hotel bikes (they must weigh fifteen kilos!) and ride the path along the beaches all ...

    Rio Part 1 - Rain

    A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on Nov 26, 2014

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... or more you owned that land/property. In the 1950's the Colombian drug lords bombarded the favelas and this is where the community was destroyed and violence and crime followed. There was a terrible relationship between the police and locals meaning wars between the two broke out. A lot of blood was shed. Until now this is how the favelas were. However, although the police have their presence, apparently the robbery rate has increased, as before the ...


    A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Oct 21, 2014

    29 photos

    Rio is a crazy chaotic place at the best of times and, after spending the past few days in the splendour of Iguazu National Park, it was quite a hard jolt back to reality. The setting of Rio is incredible, built right into the mountains, fronting the turquoise sea with favelas sandwiched in between and stacked upwards towards the Corcovado and Dois Irmois mountains. It's not the obvious choice for a city's location but it pulls it off in fine style. The city genuinely is ...