Crab Hostel

Rua Prudente de Moraes, 903, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Rua Prudente de Moraes, 903, Rio de Janeiro, is near Fort of Duque de Caxias, Rio Dulce, El Mirador, and Palacio da Ilha Fiscal.
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    The wonders of rio

    A travel blog entry by kayclark123 on Aug 08, 2014


    ... or so admiring the views and taking pictures before queing for the tram back down.
    Lunch was a 'bobs burgers' fast food place which was good because we could just point to pictures behind the counters. I ordered 'franlitos' expecting mozarella sticks but instead got chicken nugget type things which were nice.
    We got in another taxi and asked for sugarloaf mountain. It was a 10 minute taxi ride and cost about R13. There was hardly any que for tickets which ...

    Beautiful beach

    A travel blog entry by raam23 on May 12, 2014

    This beach is so amazing it is a little bit better than South Padre Island with it's palm trees coming out of the sand with it's bright sunny sky and water to go surfing in although we didn't get to go into the water I still had a fun time walking on the ...

    The Final Hurrah

    A travel blog entry by sarahrtw on Mar 18, 2014

    ... attract hundreds of thousands of people. These run throughout the day, with some starting as early as 8am! Safe to say, I was still in bed at this time! Before arriving, I had no idea that so many people would be in fancy dress for the blocos, with an alarming number of men dressed as women, slightly concerning! Most of the blocos play traditional samba music from large floats with bands on, which is great, but slightly frustrating when all the Brazilians around you ...

    Sugar Loaf Mountain

    A travel blog entry by martypritchard on Feb 24, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... province or Rio! Gave a better understanding just how far it was I walked the other day, I think 14km was being grossly shy of reality, no wonder I was tired after! At the far side of SL there is a part of the slope covered in vegetation with these neat little walkways criss-crossed over it, very quaint & a nice place to have a bite to eat before heading back. This is where I get REALLY lost! Remembering that I'd lost ...

    Carnaval City!

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Jan 24, 2014

    5 comments, 74 photos

    ... in the 16th century. The Portuguese assumed the bay was a river estuary and called it Rio de Janeiro (River of January). Fortifications, which still stand, were built around Sugar Loaf Mountain and in the harbor. Sugarcane, harvested by slaves brought from Africa, gold and diamonds were major commodities. At the end of the 18th century, coffee became a major export. Napolean’s invasion of Portugal in 1807 brought ...