Paysandu Hotel

Rua Paissandu 23, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22210070, Brazil | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $86.00
 

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 …

Rio Baby!!

A travel blog entry by pohearn818

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... costly had we taken a normal cab, but whatever. Lesson learned.

I had booked an apartment for Rio back in December via airbnb. The apartment had great reviews, was right by Copacabana Beach, and was relatively cheap ($450 a night), so I made the executive decision that it would work for us. We arrive at the apartment at around 11:30 but in my correspondence with Valeria, the leaser, it wouldn't be cleaned until ...

Chill day #3

A travel blog entry by kathy.turner

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... it was also almost impossible to find any surrongs. its like as soon as you want to by something on the beach, there's no-one around. beach prawns and drinks were in hight supply, but took alot longer to find a surrong. pretty relaxed day, and I still can't believe we are in Rio. super excited to see christ the redeemer tomorrow, and continue using our Spanish chao ...

Rio City Tour and Bloco's

A travel blog entry by lindb

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... along the front of his house in 1990. At first, neighbours mocked him for his choice of colours as he covered the steps in fragments of blue, green and yellow tiles – the colours of the Brazilian flag. It started out as a side-project to his main passion, painting but soon became an obsession. The area is packed full of tourists and we only have again 10 mins to wander around and take some pictures. Next we drove thru the Santa Teresa district. ...

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