Everest Park Hotel

Rua Maria Quiteria 19, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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Rio to Paraty

A travel blog entry by landellsandlads


... on plane tickets for everyone on his credit card. At this point we still hadn't checked in and had only 15 minutes left until boarding, luckily we got through security pretty quickly and had no problems getting on the flight! After all that stress I couldn't wait to just sit on a plane for a few hours. London to Rome flight was fine but the Rome to Rio flight which is 11 and a half hours I managed to get a total of 0 hours sleep. Got off the plane went ...

All roads lead to Rio

A travel blog entry by danarol


... way or another. Apart from our flight home we didn't have much of an idea or plan on what to do in Brazil but the best plans are made on the road and that's what happened in our last few weeks. The first stop of our final leg on the way home was Paraty which is famous for beaches and a very quaint old town which boasts the most ridiculous cobbled streets ever fashioned. They are actually painful to walk on and reminded us of the Inca steps we had trodden a few months ...


A travel blog entry by beccie_andy


... that was all we had time for. Rio is an amazing city, incredibly laid back and we would love to go back, especially for some more caipirinhas!

This morning we set off for our flight to Curitiba which is where we are now. From the bus ride in, the city looks as pretty as promised. As we´ve only been to the supermarket since we got here, Curitiba will have to wait for another post!


A travel blog entry by jackcox

... still controls it. We were advised not to wear anything red just in case '**** got real.' Many of the buildings were pretty run down as you could expect but the school itself was a great place. Rob called it the one beacon of hope for people in that community. Education, Education, Education etc...

The kids were so cool. Even though we couldn't speak any portuguese, for four days they were happy just to come up to ask and talk ...

Third day in Rio

A travel blog entry by simandnav


... Brazils finest and had some chocolate filled churros, salty and buttery corn on the cob and washed it down with coconut water. We grabbed a bite to eat before making our way back home. We opted for an early night and was getting ready to watch the first episode of Game of Thrones when there was a loud bang and the lights had gone out - the bed had collapsed and in turn knocked out the bedside lamp. Oops. ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Lagoa area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Sambodrome, H. Stern Gem Museum, Flamengo district, and Ipanema City Center.
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