Everest Rio Hotel

Address: 1117 Prudente de Morais St, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22420-041, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Lagoa area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Sambodrome, Flamengo district, H. Stern Gem Museum, and Ipanema City Center.
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    Wonderful Rio De Janiero

    A travel blog entry by carlstravelblog on May 23, 2015

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    ... and see where the carnival usually takes place! I want to come back for that

    The food

    The food in Brazil is very good. Feijoada is a very delicious pork dish with rice and black beans and a kind of bread crumble. I also really enjoyed the buffet by kilo places where salmon, madiera meat and much more was on offer. I enjoyed a variety of steaks and meat including picanha and even Bobs the local fast food place. The desserts included globo biscuits, a ...

    My Experience & Travel Tips for Rio De Janerio

    A travel blog entry by pooja.jain on Apr 09, 2015

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    Transportation: Pre paid taxies are very expensive. Prepaid taxi from airport cost 138 BRL to Leblon whereas if you use a Yellow Cab, it will cost 80 BRL and if you have time and want to save money then take the special buses from airport which will be 14.64 BRL per person. Either go for Yellow taxi or Bus (in day time). Yellow taxi runs by meter and local Bus charges you 3.40 BRL per person for any distance. most of the Bus stops have a map with Bus number ...

    Carnaval madness in Rio

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Feb 18, 2015

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    ... the same words and beat on repeat, it was infectious and we found ourselves overcome with the desire to learn Portuguese so we could understand the lyrics and chant with the merry crowd. We said our goodbyes to our friends at the end of the street; they were off to see the final night at the Sambadromo (Jenn really wanted to go again!) and we were off to the tranquil comfort of our little apartment that was equipped with Netflix. After a few days in Rio, we finally decided to do ...

    New Years Eve

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Dec 31, 2014

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    ... Palace which was very modest on the outside and learned some of the history of Portugal including Napoleon coming to invade the country.  It was interesting to learn that the white line on the flag represents the equator with the one star above the line symbolizing the one Brazillian state that is north of the equator and hence why the rest of the stars are below the equator, as are the other states.  I also already knew that ...

    Lucky little birthday girl!

    A travel blog entry by micknmila on Oct 23, 2014

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    ... visibility. In fact, we haven't really had a day of rain during the four and a half weeks we've been travelling. Next, we visited the Samba Stadium where the Carneval is held in February, every year. This is where the actual samba competition is held. Each of the samba schools perform their best dancing along this long 'avenue' where sixty or seventy thousand people pay from $200 to $500 per seat each of the five nights of the festival. And every seat is sold ...

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    27 The Welsh super samba machine
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