Piratas de Ipanema
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPiratas de Ipanema Rio de Janeiro
If you dont mind ruffing it, the hostel is in a great location. The staff is friendly and knowledable and it`s cheap, cheap and cheap. just don`t expect much from the amenities.
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... then see the city fully lit up at night. Great first day in Rio - I'm loving it here already! That night we headed out in Lapa - the streets were full of people with little pop up stands for bars and food stalls. There was music being played everywhere and all the proper bars along the street were completely open so you just walked from one to another. And the caipirinhas were flowing - the Brazilian cocktail, so nice but so much sugar though! Had a ...
... and I will never forget it! ~ ALEX I was really looking forward to the World Cup final. The 2 best teams throughout the tournament were playing for the cup. A lot of the Brazilians were supporting the Germans and it's not a surprise. The Argentinians stirred up the Brazilians after they lost 7-1 to the Germans for the whole week. I never really liked the Argentinian team but after experiencing what the Argentinian fans are like, they have to be the worlds ...
... in the van, we headed to Santa Teresa to check the interesting streets and onto Lapa to see the famous Lapa steps. Here we were at the heart of bohemian Brazil and the heart and soul of samba. The iconic steps took tiles from 196+ countries worldwide and is an incredible place to see and contemplate on life. The next morning we prepared ourselves and headed out for handgliding! Anybody who knows me, knows that I am terrified of heights but I am dammed not afraid of a challenge! ...
... entering "not-so-touristy-pleasant-looking" Rio.
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... get your oil changed.
The problem with the dock to door service is depending on when your stop
comes along, you can be taking a long meandering unmoderated tour of
the city before you get off the bus.
I originally targeted a sister hostel of the place I stayed in Ilha
Grande. I wasn’t thrilled with the idea but if they didn’t pass my
relatively low standards, their is usually a cluster of ...