Castro Alves Travel Hotel

Avenida North Senhora De Copacabana 552 Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22020000, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro

It's Rio

A travel blog entry by vanhise


... a favela (and rents an extra room on airb&b) explained that most of those living there have full-time jobs, but don't earn enough to live in the city proper. It's a real neighborhood with schools, free health clinics, shops, and food markets. Having said all this, they are clearly homes for those without much money - you have to walk to the nearest road to catch a van to your job (probably downtown Rio as a domestic, ...

The last days of Christ

A travel blog entry by klartman


... to stop for me and headed to Cosme Velho where you can catch a funicular, (**** train), or a bus up to the Cristo. I opted for **** train, clearly missing the Northern Line.

By this time it was approaching 5pm and it gets dark at about half past. The train, although mostly for tourists, seemed to have stops for locals. It took ages to spiral it's way through the cloud forest. And when we reached the top? Yep. Totally enshrouded in ...

...each one she passes goes A-a-a-h...

A travel blog entry by nikkirech


... over meat may sound a little odd, but trust me when I tell you it is A-Mazing. This is coming from the woman who HATES her food to touch and does NOT mix things on a plate. This combo makes my mouth sing with joy! Add the lovely pineapple Caipirinha I was drinking, and I was one happy lady! Take that nasty Rio Rain!

Oh, and here are the Portuguese lyrics to Garota de Impenema - at least the first verse, ...

Her name was Lola...

A travel blog entry by niblet


... created an almost beautiful colourful oddity scattered across the hills throughout Rio.

The first thing we did upon arrival was search for supplies to stock the fridge in our room. Our accommodation was right on a T junction where the cobbled road split into two- one road goes up and one down. With open minds we took a gentle stroll up hill and found a little shop about 10m up. Trying to ignore the fact that we were obvious outsiders encroaching on a ...

RIO: Carnaval, sea-beaches and views

A travel blog entry by rivkapi


... Porrtugese, then fire ZIKUKIM.
wELL, i SAW 5 SCHOOLS, returnt at 5:30-6, took a shower abecause I sweeted a lot, and slept until 9:00, getting up for the nice breakfast trhey serve here
It rained a lot from noon till 23:00. Even I ignored getting wet, despite my nylon clothes and the umbrella I had bought.
It is a fantastic experience.

Rio is not more dangerous than Tel-Aviv, not to mention terror. I have not seen drunk people. People all ...


This hotel, located in the Copacabana area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Ipanema Beach, Copacabana Beach, Tijuca National Park, and Santa Teresa.
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