Icarai Praia Hotel

Address: Rua Belisario Augusto No 21, Niteroi, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua Belisario Augusto No 21, Niteroi, is near Contemporary Art Museum (Museu Contempora), Arpoador beach, Parque da Cidade, and National History Museum (Museu Historico Nacional).
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Travel Blogs from Niteroi

Niemeyer´s Rio - Farewell to my Rio!

A travel blog entry by ambulantali on Sep 23, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

On Monday night we went to the infamous Rio Boat Club, run by Bem Brasil. There were 20 from the hostel going. It was fun as I was with a good bunch of people but there was a feeling of teenage disco about it. Nevertheless it was a great way to spend an evening out in Guanabara Bay in Rio.

Next day was my chance to go to Niteroi, a town across the bay from Rio. Itīs a bit of a trek to get to. You ...

Day 13: Rio de Janeiro

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 24, 2014

6 photos

... stadiums in the world! (I´m going to hell) Back to the day: We got to Maracana but we had been given false information. The stadium was not open for tours so we had to settle for pictures outside the stadium. We istead backtracked and went to Lapa. I had already seen the sights there but my companions hadn´t so I tagged along. I talked to some artists from Peru and Chile while at the Lapa staircase. It was fairly uneventful but good to walk ...

Rio Day 1

A travel blog entry by pauliballs on Jul 01, 2014

4 photos

... a minute or so we saw the water of Ipanema beach. WOOOOWWWWW what a sight to see. The mountains, the water and the white crisp sand is picturesque. I walked along in awe, stunned that I was in Rio, Brazil for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. It was a real pinch yourself moment and it just kept getting better and better each second. With every step I felt welcome, safe and excited. On every corner was a little tuck shop selling food, beers and coconuts. Of course we had to get a coconut ...

Working with Project Favela in Rio

A travel blog entry by franmullineux on Jun 12, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

... stay and help with cover over lunchtime. Vania was short of teachers that day, so not only did we help the younger kids with their lunch, but we also then looked after some of the kids after lunch, until the teachers had eaten. We ended up playing dolls with the girls, which was nice and easy until the boys joined us and starting fighting! That evening I joined Kristine at her project. She was teaching English in a somewhat grittier area of Rocinha. We met the two ...

Rio Walking Tour and Sugar Loaf Mountain

A travel blog entry by lpringle on Apr 25, 2014

12 photos

... amazing! The cable car down was free from 7pm and as we couldn't do the vertical walk down in the dark we had to wait so we sat in the reception and as usual sang a lot of weird songs in rounds to pass the time (and try and make them let us on an earlier car to shh us). In the evening we made friends with lots of English people in the bar of the hostel and went out to an electro club in Copacabana. Jo's flip flop broke ...