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Blake.tom stayed here on Jun 17, 2014 during their trip titled: My Great Adventure.
... 1889, the monarchy was abolished in a military coup d'état that proclaimed the nation a Republic.
Rio de Janeiro got its name from original settlers: River of January. Turns out their "river" was actually a bay. Oops.
Rio is a city of hills, many of which jut out of Guanabara Bay. In the main mass of land, tunnels connect neighborhoods through the hills.
Rio is the headquarters for Petrobras, a semi-public ...
... as **** hostel, that Marcelo paid the lady 20 Reals to let us in. I was a bit annoyed because I could have just come here on my own, pretended I was interested in staying and then bailed. I can't believe some of the money I paid for this tour went to a lady in a hostel so we could check out the view. ******* Brazil ay. Corruption everywhere.
Despite being a pretty ****** place to live, they are well organized. ...
... were staying. Niemeyer is a very well known architect and the museum was pretty cool with great views of the bay. Although the most exciting thing for me was seeing a turtle when we were walking back along the seafront...! That evening we took the ferry across the bay to Rio to go and experience the famous nightlife in Downtown. We went to a historic site called Pedra do Sal which was open air with live music and a great atmosphere although ...
... me for the night, a lot of things lined up perfectly in order to get home All in all a great night and a crazy introduction to Rio de Janeiro. 13th June It was Brazil's 3/4 play off match against holland So me, wils, mike and Kane went to watch it at the copacobanna fanfest. Was absolutely huge, and crowded with people. We found a good spot just outside the fence on the beach and watched the brazilians once ...