Dolce Vita Residence Service

Avenida Americas 8445 Apt. 1504, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22793-081, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro

It's Rio

A travel blog entry by vanhise


... it was so jam packed, it was hard to move around. But we got some good photos. It is an imposing statue - it's head was being cleaned so you could see how the cleaners looked as small as ants compared the size of the statue. Brian is going first thing tomorrow morning and I think he may have a better experience. But if was glad we did it - such an iconic part of Rio. I've decided to quit touring tomorrow morning and concentrate ...

The last days of Christ

A travel blog entry by klartman


... by now but I still felt entirely comfortable in a t-shirt and shorts. The hostel owner, a Carioca, went out wearing a wooley hat! The Colombians staying at the hostel were shivering in the warm breeze. I walked round Lapa arches and stumbled upon the famous tiled steps. No pun intended. Not impressed by the toruristicness.

Hung around the hostel and played cards with some Aussies until it was time to catch my over-night coach to Sao ...

Copacabana Fort

A travel blog entry by nikkirech


... is downtown, and they are known for their elegant atmosphere and especially for their sweets! Mauro remembers his Grandmother speaking of going to this restaurant for afternoon tea (in the 1920's). It was a place for high society.

We ate a leisurely meal (I'm talking we sat, nibbled, and enjoyed the views and conversing for over three hours, folks), and then went through the museum of ...

Her name was Lola...

A travel blog entry by niblet


... in Rio as planned. This turned out to be a great decision as we realised the locals were actually really friendly and not to be feared at all. The area we stayed in had more of a buzz to it than the main streets of Rio- the music played out every night and locals socialised with eachother until the early hours. it was a great atmosphere and one I'll never forget.

Trying to catch the bus to Christ the Redeemer was quite a task when no one speaks in English but ...

Rio and Carnival

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... we decided to stay in, but we did make a little mission down to the Sambadrome to see what was happening on the first night of carnival. We found ourselves at the exit to the Sambadrome right as the first parade floats were finishing and hung around to watch, we were not disappointed. As the floats left, all the dancers strip off their costumes and dump them on the street. When you don't actually have anything to wear for carnival this is a huge bonus as ...


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