Hotel Praia Linda

Address: Avenida do Pepe, 1430, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Barra da Tijuca area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Corcovado, Pedra da Gavea, Museu do Acude, and Itanhanga Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro

Rio - A Childhood Dream Come True

A travel blog entry by forsterb on Nov 13, 2014

2 comments

... wet. Given the rain, we convinced ourselves that the banana's and ice cream was a good option to wait out the rain. Yet another good choice.

Our hotel is ok, it's new and everything's ok but it does remind me just a little bit (based on size) of some of the hotels (bizaness hotels) that Tom and I had while we were in Japan. It's very small but efficient. We're only here for three days so we'll be good I'm sure. The weather ...

Rio de Janeiro

A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 16, 2014

Carpark with a view; surviving 12 hours in Rio; the best budget airline in the world?

We took an overnight bus from Ouro Preto to Rio, arriving at 5 am. We took a bus to the domestic airport and left our rucksacks in the left luggage lockers and then walked into Rio, which must be one of very few in the world where you can walk from airport to city centre in about 15 minutes.

You come out of the door and through the carpark and you come out into the bay with ...

Day 8: Rio de Janeiro

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 19, 2014

27 photos

... hills/mountains of Rio and lived in tents for free. Tents turned into little huts which turned into tiny run down buildings with narrow streets and walkways. because favelas are somewhat separated from the cities and there is little regulation in Brazil, crime was high in the favelas. The government started building elevators and easy access walkways for the favela people. Now, they can take an elevator instead of walking up hundreds of steps. ...

Back to Rio for the Final

A travel blog entry by sonnydriver on Jul 12, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... a place where I could chill and get my Vitamin D on until the game.

As kick off started to approach I wanted to stand where we stood for every game which was 20 meters in front of the goal posts but this was right in the middle of the hardcore. I posted a video on Facebook at the time which doesn't really do it justice. I knew that as I could get away with looking Argentinian I wouldn't get any trouble as long as I didnt speak. To my horror ...

Another Hike?!?

A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Jun 24, 2014

69 photos

... onto a ledge to get better angles and getting yelled at by the guard and sufficiently freaking David out who is afraid we might fall off, and decide to head back down. We march back down to the entrance and decide we are going to take a bus down, not wanting to do the hike again. After a couple of bus rides, we end up back in downtown Rio and take a taxi back to our place.

David has some work he has to do, scrub, and Blake and I decide to ...