Paysandu Hotel

Rua Paissandu 23, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22210070, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro

Samba at the Rio Carnival

A travel blog entry by nixsboys

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It was all excitement when we rolled into Rio in anticipation for the much talked about city and carnival (that runs for 5 days) in Brazil. It was also on our first evening that we would be attending the Red and Black Ball - held at the Scala Club in Rio dedicated to the famous football team Flamengo (strangely their flag is red and black). Leaving …

Beaches of Rio

A travel blog entry by whk2006

On the afternoon of February 23rd, 2006, I finally arrived at Rio de Janeiro, the No. 1 destination on my "10 Places I've always wanted to visit but haven't..." One of the most beatifully situated cities in the world, Rio de Janeiro ("River of January" in Portuguese, usually just called "Rio") is surrounded by mountains and water. Water is …

Days 299-301:A guide to Rio Carnival BrazilianBums

A travel blog entry by djmorton

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... girls on their arms. The streets and trains look like costume parties. The level of dancing and consumes is nowhere near up to the standard of the official Carnival parade but I was still extremely impressed. The atmosphere is intoxicating. When I mean people are dancing and partying everywhere I mean millions. We went to two smaller Bloco's. We wish we had of gone to the large Bloco's, but not the 80,000 people one however. The live music and atmosphere was still unreal.
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Welcome to Rio Mr Jackets!

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

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... it hits you like a ton of bricks and there is nothing that can stop your heart from pumping faster as you realise that you are here,when six days ago I was in Haywards Heath damp and dreary!

The golden sands of Copacabana beach sparkled as the volleyball players ran,jumped and did their thing.To my right was Sugar Loaf Mountain and further right was the mountain with the iconic statue of "Christ the Redeemer"....I was blown away, all the stereo types about ...

A little bit of sugar & a date with 'Big Jesus

A travel blog entry by africantikki

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I landed in Rio De Janeiro at just past half eleven last night and alas despite ensuring all my bases were covered, even with the delay, no driver was waiting for me. A First impression of rio at night, it was vast. It reminded me of Portugal in some respects with the way the roads were but also of Africa and India in terms of infrastructure. In the distance I saw Christ the Redeemer ('Big Jesus') looking over the city. Copacabana beach still had activity at 2am and the police where ...

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