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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... in 1822, it adopted Monarchy as its form of government (with Emperors Pedro I and Pedro II). Many historians and Brazilians from other places saycariocas are nostalgic of the Royal and Imperial times, which is reflected in many place names and shop names.In 2009, the city won their bid to host the games of the XXXI Olympics in the summer of 2016. This was the fifth bid by the city, whose 1936, 1940, 2004 and 2012 bids lost.
... in Brazil. Looking out to Christo Redentor with dark clouds surrounding it, it felt pretty atmospheric. Its pretty easy to forget that Rio de Janeiro is not the capital of Brasil. IPANEMA & COPACABANA Set on the Atlantic waterfront, the white sand beaches are a major feature of the city. Walking along Copacabana and Ipanema were experiences in themselves. Every shape and size of human being, wearing very little - mostly thong-tastic bikinis for women and Speedo-tight ...
... side of the falls, it costs 7 Arg pesos. I haven’t personally taken the bus but a friend that did got left at the border. There is a bus station at the round about that will take you to the falls. The Brazil side is the only place where you can find the helicopter rides over the Iguazu Falls.
If you plan on doing the helicopter ride I would recommend just negotiating a taxi. I paid 100 pesos for a taxi driver that waited for me ...
... on the plane, I made sure I was awake for our arrival into the famed city of Rio de Janeiro. I have been to Rio twice before: Once when I was 16 to play soccer with a select group of high school players from Montgomery County (a memorable experience as we played, and got spanked by the likes of Flamengo and Fluminense youth clubs); and once with my cousin Keith when we were in our early 30’s. So it had been at least 12 years since I was last in ...
... Dancing the Samba in Lapa.
* Strolling along the impressive 'international bear promenade' in Leme.
* Sampling traditional dishes, including 'feijoada' - rice with beans and beef stew and 'carne seca' - dried meat with spices and cheese.
We were left punch-drunk on paradise and caipirinhas. It was indeed 'maravilhosa'.
Onward bus to Ouro Preto, via Belo Horizonte, 9 hours.