Albergue Quitandinha

Rua Uruguai, 570, Petropolis, State of Rio de Janeiro, 25655, Brazil | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Rua Uruguai, 570, Petropolis, is near Petropolis, Museu Casa de Santos Dumont, Quitandinha Palace Congress and Convention Center, and Town Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Petropolis

The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round!!!

A travel blog entry by pamelia on Jul 29, 2014

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I'm on the bus and the driver is standing at the front giving what seems to be very important instructions, but, alas, I não entendo! I opt to use common sense and just fasten my seat belt and be thankful that my next destination will be my last journey alone!

I was told there would be at least one other English teacher on the bus from Rio to Manhumirim but if there are any other English speaking people ...

Day 11: Rio de Janeiro

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 22, 2014

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... stained-glass windows. The ceiling must have been 20-30 stories high. Then we checked out the Lapa Arches, a real working aqueduct that runs through the center of Lapa. Finally, we went to the Lapa staircase. The Lapa staircase was incredible. It goes up what feels like a quarter mile of stairs and the whole way up, the staircase and surrounding walls are completely covered in a tile mosaic. Along the ...

Match Day

A travel blog entry by pauliballs on Jul 04, 2014

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... and smooth, in 15 minuets we would be at the stadium ready to watch a World Cup match. We got off the train and were greeted by thousand and thousands of police, military and special forces guards all standing in rows only letting people through with official tickets in their hands. Holy **** balls, it was insane. We pulled our tickets out and began walking through the sea of uniformed, armed service woman and men of Brazil. We passed through the first, then the second and ...

Too much testosterone and caipirinhas

A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Jun 25, 2014

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I think you should be referring to Ginge and I as the two most famous pereguete's in Brazil. If you have not seen our 3 minutes of fame on Brazils most watched TV channel, then you must do yourself a favour and watch it. (http://globotv.globo.com/rede-globo/rj tv-1a-edicao/v/milton-cunha-ajuda-a-tra nsformar-estrangeiras-em-periguetes/341 5878/). My time in Rio started with a bang, of course, by becoming famous. I was asked by my hostel if I wanted to star in a ...

Dissapointment, Surprise, & Partial Redemption

A travel blog entry by nikkirech on May 26, 2014

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... They are restoring the building in honor of the library's 200th birthday, but the signs assure us they are still accepting visitors. We finally find the entrance - no entrance. The library workers are part of the greve (strike) of the cultural employees of the state government. They've been on strike since May 12th. Crushed. My heart sank clear to my feet. I was like a kid promised an ice cream cone, and the anticipation builds and ...