Crab Hostel

Address: 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 Palacio da Ilha Fiscal, Fort of Duque de Caxias, Rio Dulce, and El Mirador.
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    Rio de Janeiro - June 30 to July 2

    A travel blog entry by drendell on Jun 29, 2015

    8 comments, 71 photos

    ... pasta of artichoke, asparagus and cherry tomatoes and a gin and tonic. The good stuff. A bit outside my daily budget but well worth it although I was a little distracted somewhat as some poor middle aged woman next to me sobbed into her mobile phone and glass of vino. I just wanted to give her a big hug. I really love Rio. I'd come back, but not on my own. You need someone to play with to really enjoy all that Rio has to offer. Especially the night life. Any takers??? More soon from ...

    Christ the Redeemer

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 14, 2015

    10 photos

    ... city owes its name to. Hundreds of years ago, sailors came upon this area and thought that the inlet was a gigantic river. As the day was the first of the year, they named it The River of January: Rio de Janeiro. By the time the misnomer was discovered, the name had stuck. To the front of Christ the Redeemer was the biggest graveyard we have ever seen, whilst (to the left) was the Maracana. There were dozens of hulking vessels at sea, near a long road bridge. We ...

    Birds Eye View (Day 36)

    A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... paint, massive flags, cheers and drums. As it was a "local derby," the police presence was out in full force. There were police on horseback, some with tear gas and rifles with rubber bullets, groups of 4-6 on foot patrol and those in cars and vans. We were sitting on the Flumanencia side. At first we were worried our seats weren't together, but as we entered the stadium our guides directed us up into a different section and told us "not to worry, it's Brazil." Our new section ...

    Ipanema & Santa Teresa

    A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Sep 11, 2014

    9 photos

    ... entry, drinks, service charge) and our bill was three reais more than we had. Played the innocent foreigner card and got away with it! Jack (proof read and edited by rebecca) Wed 10th sep Rio Hostel finally showed us it's weakness - breakfast. We'd gotten used to morning feasts so far in Brazil but this was not. Naff cereal, gone off butter, British fruit (apples) and coffee with no milk did not make me a happy boy. Perhaps resultantly, I 'accidentally' threw my ...

    Favella Tour

    A travel blog entry by mancinibrazil on Jul 11, 2014

    4 comments, 56 photos

    ... is still owned by the Geverment. No one owns the land. Before we went to the Favellas we thought there would be a lot of fighting, violence and drug trafficking but doing the Favella tour showed us that the Favellas are a vibrant village with a strong sense of community. The only difference to downtown Rio is that the average wage of a person in downtown Rio is 1500 REAL ...