Chill Hostel Rio
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very personable, good local hotel off the tourist trail in a ´pacified neighbourhood´. Very easy place to stay at
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... chope (Brazilian Portuguese for draft beer). The bigger the head the higher the quality of the beer apparently, just don't expect much liquid. With thoughts of going home definitely creeping into our mind we perhaps weren't as enthusiastic to see all of Rio as we otherwise might have been. Sick of eating out and waiting hours for average food we tried to cook for ourselves each night, but ...
... and walked a cross the road to the bus station to try and catch a bus to our hotel. Unfortunately the bus we were told on the internet to take wasn't even doing that Route anymore so we just decided to walk. What fun we had walking through lots of very interesting parts of the city, most being undesirable lucky for us it was still light and we got to our hostel safely. We stayed at Hostel Villa Santana and paid $R70 which was in a small fan room with shared bathroom and ...
... with the Carnaval celebration.The South Zone holds most of Rio's landmarks and world-famous beaches, in an area of only 43.87 square km (17 mi▓). Many of them are within walking distance of each other (for instance, the Sugar Loaf lies about 8 km/5 mi from Copacabana beach). Most hotels and hostels are located in this part of the city, which is compressed between the Tijuca Range (Macišo da Tijuca) and the sea. There ...
... br> We were confused where to purchase the actual tickets, make sure to go on the other side of the bridge opposite the bus terminal with all interior stores (away from the gas station across the street). The first stand on the corner nearest the bridge at the bus station is the easiest stand where you can purchase the tickets.
- From Puerto Iguazu to Brazil Side
... and this lady decided to stand up before the seatbelt sign was off and seriously the pilot slammed on the brakes threw the lady down the isle and then got on the intercom and basically told her off, so funny, It reminded me of the time Isaac and Taylor were arguing in the car on the way home from work and I stopped the car and made Isaac walk! The plane is slightly more serious as he had a plane full of passengers and imagine if you were in America you would have had a whole ...