Cultura Carioca Hostel

Jornalista Orlando Dantas St #7, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22231010, Brazil | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Botafogo area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Palacio do Catete, Museum of the Republic (Museu da Republica), Botafogo Bay, and Carmen Miranda Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro

Assessing the "progress" made post-Independence...

A travel blog entry by lucyandhayley on Aug 26, 2014


... let's remember which language we all speak) will be listed on the left. The word on the right will allow us to see how the language has degenerated over time and space... Duvet (I realise technically French) vs. Doona (Austrailian) Beanie/woolly hat vs. Toque/Tuque (Canadian) Nutella vs. Newtella (Canadian) Flip flops vs. Thongs (Austrailian) Dungarees vs. Overalls (Australian) Crisps vs. Chips (Canadians and U.S.) vs. Cold chips (Aus) Aubergine vs. Eggplant (U.S.) Sweets vs. ...


A travel blog entry by kate.anthonisz on Jul 12, 2014

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... police and fights everywhere we looked. We managed to get to the main road and attempted to flag a cab. We then met some more Aussies from Brisbane and Kathy (after playing chicken with a cab) managed to flag one down and all 5 of us jumped into the cab... Somehow... We arrived back at Lapa and the boys continued onto the airport. We arrived back at the apartment feeling relieved and pretty tired as the adrenaline left us. Then ...

Germany vs. France in the Maracana Stadium in Rio

A travel blog entry by reframed.abroad on Jul 04, 2014

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... was just enough time to take the metro to Copacabana and watch Brazil vs. Colombia together with thousands of others. While I started watching with two Colombian girls from Cali at first, I decided not to cry with Colombia but to cheer and party with Brazil and friends. Copacabana that night was pure madness and fulfilled the ultimate World Cup expectation: Beach, Caipirinha, happy international crowd. ...


A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Jun 23, 2014

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... Neymar or Hulk (everyone's two favorite players) touches the ball or is shown on screen. Brazil scores a nifty little goal and the whole place loses it. Everyone is jumping up and down and going crazy. We were near a group of high school aged kids who seemed into it, but at the same time, Brazil was virtually assured of advancing in 1st place in their group, so the tension level was not very high. At this point, it is the 25th minute and ...


A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Jun 11, 2014

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We arrived in Rio in the afternoon. After a bit of faffing about trying to find our hostel, we entered by far the nicest we have stayed at called Manga hostel in Lapa. It was new, quirky and above all - clean!! The toilets flushed properly, the sheets were clean and smelled fresh, the showers were hot... You get the picture! We met a couple of guys straight away who were keen to go and do a tour of the Maracanã, the world famous footy stadium in Rio. We dumped our stuff ...

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