Mercure Apartments Niteroi

Address: R Projetada 321, Niteroi, State of Rio de Janeiro, 24210 200, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on R Projetada 321, Niteroi, is near Arpoador beach, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Contemporary Art Museum (Museu Contempora), and Parque da Cidade.
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Travel Blogs from Niteroi

Rio sights, sounds and samba

A travel blog entry by lauraclaire82 on Dec 11, 2014

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... show us around, slightly indulgent but proved to be a fabulous way to see the city. We met Daniel at a hot and sticky Copacabana beach and took the bus through the city to Santa Teresa. The air was instantly fresher when we stepped off. The area houses lots of colonial architecture with numerous buildings that have been turned into hostels and artists showcasing their talents. There is graffiti of varying standards all over the area, and lots of references to ...

Rio de Janeiro II

A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 27, 2014

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... crab, and about six bacalhau (salt cod) dishes, as well as lots of salad and vegetables. After 2pm it was 43.50 (just over 10) each.

Finally, we tried a restaurant called Tacaca do Norte, which sells Amazonian food. I had tacaca, a soup with fat prawns and a green vegetable that has an astringent taste and make your mouth go numb. Paul had acai served northern style, unsweetened, with tapioca.

Next stop: Vicosa.


Stumbling Into The World Cup Winners

A travel blog entry by mattlee18 on Jul 14, 2014

... one or two of the others lost their footing in some muddy patches. In less than an hour we reached the viewing point at the top, running the last few yards like Rocky, as Muhammad insisted. We were met with a view that was easily the best we'd seen in Rio, maybe anywhere. To one side was the sprawling favela, to the other the sea with a few islands scattered across it. In between the city below, in the distance straight ahead Christ the Redeemer and Sugar Loaf Mountain. No ...


A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Jun 24, 2014

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... stop. Most of their friends are into Muay Thai, and were trying to get me to come train. I told them maybe... The area we were in is called Lapa, which is where most of the night life happens. At night, the streets become so full of people that the police often have to close the roads so nobody gets run over. Street stands get up all over the place selling greasy hotdogs (with raisins), and of course a wide selection of alcoholic beverages. There are no open ...

Day 28

A travel blog entry by tsundy on Apr 09, 2014

... so. Ash flared up and got mad at me. I wasn't trying to blame them. It was just one of those hindsight revelations. Anyway we kind of fought. And didn't speak for the rest of the night. Ash and Rach went down to the common room. I packed my bag for tomorrow. When Ash came upstairs I went downstairs and did some last minute research for tomorrow and double checking in terms of our flights etc. when I cam back upstairs at 12.30am to sleep, Rach and Ash were ...