Mercure Rio De Janeiro Botafogo Mourisco

Rua da Passagem 39 , Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22290-030, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Botafogo area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Ipanema Beach, Rio Sul Shopping Center, Botafogo Bay, and Rocinha.
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    Welcome to Rio & straight into the footy

    A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jun 12, 2014

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    ... hostel cashless; the driver looked a little worried but as Brazil had won the opening game of the World Cup against Croatia 3-1 I think he was still on a football high and off we went. So I made my way to the hostel, LimeTime hostel in the Botafogo district of Rio, woke Rees and Foz, borrowed a ton and paid the hostel my taxi debt. One partying receptionist just about managed to point out where the sheets were, I made my bed, prepared for a sweaty night and ...


    A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... up super early to wait for Dan to arrive, what a gentleman. After catching up with Dan we headed to Christ the Reedemer. We had a stop at a lookout point. When we got there it was packed! So many people, we saw the ultimate CtR fan - he had it tattooed on his back. After wandering the beautiful beaches we settled on a rock overlooking Ipanema beach with a capahrina for some and coconut water for others to watch the sunset. Being the middle ...

    Brazilian winters are the best winters

    A travel blog entry by adamww on May 28, 2014

    ... I took pictures. We then bought coconuts and continued our way down the coast, then inland to visit the Botanical Gardens.

    The gardens were so well done. We had a fantastic experience. The flowers were beautiful, but the saddest part was that most weren't in season as it was winter for the Cariocas. I couldn't imagine how the gardens would look as everything was blooming. As the caretakers started pushing us out of the park at 7pm, we heard rustling above ...

    Gay beach

    A travel blog entry by lucyfletch on Apr 14, 2014

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    ... place in Ipanema saw some nice food coming out so thought let's check this out. We sat next to 2 ladies who spoke English! They helped us out with the menu and gave recommendations safe to say it was the best food I've had yet in Brazil. Having a satisfied tummy it's beach time! It's crazy to think on a Sunday afternoon I'm ...

    Billy, the favela and gangster's paradise...

    A travel blog entry by annahildreth on Mar 06, 2014

    1 comment

    ... shot dead right next to him and he's killed people himself. He does not commit crimes obviously but does know a lot of the crooks in Rio. He's a man who is on the right side of the wrong side and I spent the day with him!

    Our first stop was the Rocinha favela. A favela is Rio's equivalent to a shantytown or slum run by the mafia. A lot of them these days are a tourist attraction and really quite civilised but Billy took ...