Golden Tulip Continental

Address: Rua Gustavo Sampaio, 320, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22010010 , Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Copacabana area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Ipanema Beach, Claudio Coutinho Trail, Rio Sul Shopping Center, and Botafogo Bay.
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    A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on Jul 09, 2014

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    ... morning for our organised tour of Rochina favela (the largest in Rio and all of Brazil) home to 300,000 people. We chose this tour as all the guides are from the favela and we were not disappointed by our amazingly inspirational seventeen year old guide, Victoria, who started the tours aged 15 and is currently applying for US Uni scholarships. She had so many fascinating stories to share with us as we walked round the favela and it was an incredible day seeing this side to ...

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    ... beach time before leaving for our final game - Germany vs. France. I have to say - there was no indication around the city today that a World Cup was in progress (aside from the multitude of cheap souvenirs) - no French or German flags, shirts, or other paraphernalia. This is very different from other tournaments we've been to - maybe this is the lack of enthusiasm showing. Another good meal tonight at an outdoor cafe near Copacabana ...

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    A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Jun 09, 2014

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    ... left plain - they're all painted in yellow and green. People sing and dance in the streets and many are wearing football shirts. I asked one local what they thought of the World Cup coming to Brazil. "People are protesting because the authorities are trying to simply hide the poverty here rather than do anything about it," he said. "But as soon as the World Cup comes I think all the bad stuff will be forgotten. Brazil loves football, we all love ...