Rio Hostel & Suites Santa Teresa
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This hostel was incredible. I stayed here for three nights. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The beds, bathrooms, and showers were very clean. The other travelers were some of the greatest characters I have ever met traveling. Was a little more expensive than other hostels but totally worth the few extra Rais for the location and friendly staff. Also, breakfast each morning was delicious. Would definitely recommend this hostel to anyone looking for a place to stay in Rio.
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... great graffiti paintings. Went out to Copacabana yest, which is a bit seedier than what I imagined it would be, the beach is beautiful, and huge!, like 4.5km long. But yo~´re constantly being hassled by guys selling everything from beach balls, buckets, towels, every kind of beach wear imaginable, as well as lots of different kinds of food and drink (they even sell shrimp), and even paintings. Its a horrible job, walking up and down that beach all day in 35c heat! Went down ...Rio de Janeiro, Brazil jpdutchman