Terrasse Hostel

Rua Farme de Amoedo 35, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro

Going Loco at the Bloco

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg


The Carnival is going on everywhere Rio, and the absolutely best part of them are the blocos! Blocos are the local street parties that all the neighborhoods celebrate during the festival (it's not the same as the samba parade that you usually see in the news) but people still dress up in crazy costumes, drink, eat, dance and sing on the streets; there's even a truck with an orchestra playing that drives around the street and "leads" the whole ...


A travel blog entry by ellen.jermy


So this enty is a bit overdue!

Going to try and remember all the funny things we encountered when we first got to Rio..
Number one was when we got through to arrivals there was no one waiting to pick us up and take us to our hostel which is what we┤d planned, so waited around for a bit in our hoodies in 30 degree heat until the crowd of people at arrivals had dissappeared and there was one lonely ...

Day 138/140 Samba

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... dibuixar, pobretes. Res de res.

El segon matÝ, el dediquem a llogar una bicicleta d'aquestes municipals. Fem tot el trÓmit per internet per˛ quan arribem a l'estaciˇ de lloguer, no n'hi han. Caminem i caminem. Ens recorrem tot Copacabana fins que al final trobem bicis disponibles…per˛ no funciona el wifi que diuen que hi ha a la platja. Per tant, anem a una botiga a llogar les bicis i anem a recˇrrer Ipanema.

╔s fÓcil de veure com a Ipanema ...

If it's Saturday, it must be Rio

A travel blog entry by aniemi


... cog wheel train. A look out the window (Andrea could see Corcovado, the mountain the statue is on from the ship) showed her that a view would be dicey today. Clouds came and went over the mountain, Rio is the second largest city in Brazil, with 6.5 million people in the city and 13 million in the metro area, As you have already been told, the Portuguese were the first Europeans in the country now known as Brazil, arriving in 1502.

Andrea is aware ...

Waiting for the sun

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... parte stasera alle dieci; abbiamo tutto il tempo di andare a prendere la cremaliera che da Cosme Velho si arrampica sui fianchi della montagna pi¨ famosa di Rio e dell'intero Brasile, il Corcovado, fino ai piedi di questa monumentale statua di art deco simbolo di questa meravigliosa cittÓ. Il panorama da lass¨ Ŕ qualcosa che ti toglie il fiato: l'enorme baia di Rio, le spiagge bianche, le colline punteggiate di innumerevoli favelas, il Pan di Zucchero, la laguna, l'oceano. Non credo ci ...

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This hostel, located in the Lagoa area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Hippie Fair Crafts Market, Santa Teresa Tram, Flamengo district, and Spa Maria Bonita.
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