Brothers Hostel

Rua Farani, 18, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hostel
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Our Last Party

A travel blog entry by mel_chris

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... situations where it was impossible not to take a photo without catching fellow tourists in the frame.

We caught a taxi back to our hostel and decided that we felt like sushi for lunch. Funnily enough a lovely Japanese restaurant was the first one we stumbled upon when we set out on a quest for sushi. The day was flowing nicely. Satisfied, we then headed to the beach for some sun and a swim. We didn't end up doing much swimming because the water ...

Rio Revisited

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx

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... at the buffet which included an individually prepared Caesar salad and passion fruit gelato (my FAVORITE), we unpacked and stowed our suitcases under the bed for the next six weeks. Don got the laptop set up and signed us up for the unlimited internet package, because the service is soooo slow, and it takes forever to upload just one picture. We strolled down to the Martini's bar where I had my first glass ...

Rio Baby!

A travel blog entry by eddim

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... into a bit of a tourist attraction but unfortunately there was a serious accident in 2011, causing the city to cease all trams. However there are plans to have new ones return sometime in 2014, conveniently timed with the World Cup and the upcoming Olympics. After our little walkabout we headed further into the city center and made a stop at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian, the most modern cathedral I’ve ever seen. Built between 1964 ...

1st stop Rio, where the rain finally stopped!

A travel blog entry by humpooper

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... Christ the Redeemer, then hop on the 3.30pm bus to Mangaratiba. Waking up to sunshine at last was amazing! The city jolted to life and we sped across the city in a local bus feeling very proud of ourselves pretending to be local (Adam is regularly stared at, stroked or thumb upped as he's a tall blonde, which they find fascinating). We got the tram up the mountain to the monument praying that the cloud cover up there wasn't too bad and thankfully by the time ...

Rio de Janeiro

A travel blog entry by markandsophie

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... get on. Our guide told us that most of the people working in hotels, on buses e.t.c all come from the favelas and this was proven when we arrived back at our apartment block and the security guard was very excited that he had seen us in the favela that morning.

So that’s the end of my time in Brazil, and the end of my holiday with Mark and Sophie. I’ve had a fantastic holiday and would heartily recommend them as tour guides any day!

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Location

This hostel, located in the Botafogo area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Rio Sul Shopping Center, Museum of the Republic (Museu da Republica), Palacio do Catete, and Botafogo Bay.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good