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 Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Contemporary Art Museum (Museu Contempora), Arpoador beach, and Parque da Cidade.
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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

... get the metro, then walk to the ferry terminal, get a ferry across, walk to the bus station on the other side and then get a bus to the MAC museum. A lot of the buildings in the town were designed by Oscar Neimeyer, a famous Carioca architect, including the MAC. Carioca is the name people from Rio call themselves. I have also included photos of the bridge at the bottom of Rocinha, designed by him also. It depicts the turn of the feet used in ...

Hello Rio!

A travel blog entry by aliandbruce on Jul 15, 2014

1 comment, 67 photos

... less crowded and more relaxed environment. And we kept walking, and eventually cut across town through the shopping district to have lunch. This area reminded me a lot of the Chicago shopping scene. Really nice stores and everything you could possibly need, but definitely high end. We found a mom and pop deli and got some snack pasteries for lunch and continued on our way to the lake. This lake sits just outside of downtown and reminds me of a giant version of Lake Merritt ...

Entra Rio for finals week.

A travel blog entry by kate.anthonisz on Jul 10, 2014

... shelter at a hotel and then stopped to eat some Japanese/Thai food. After this, we crossed the road and caught the cab to the FIFA fan store. We did fall asleep in many of these cabs but we made it to the store in short order, from here, we sprinted out of the cab into the store. I have a feeling that most of the stuff had sold out as there wasn't much to purchase and even less to look at. So we left feeling a little deflated and returned home. We then ...

The bubble of Rio

A travel blog entry by trumbo10 on Jun 21, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... game that would take place in the evening. In the morning, we headed to Rio's weekly "Hippy Fest" which resembled Portland's Saturday Market. After several hours of souvenir shopping, we meandered down the beautiful Copacabana beach towards Fan Fest- a large enclosed area that FIFA set up for fans to enter, pay for food/drinks, watch live music and (most importantly) congregate to watch games on a huge television. On our way towards ...


A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Jun 11, 2014

16 photos

... chickens and the constant smell of sewage. However, there was a real sense of community within the Favela that you just wouldn't get in England. Everyone was gathered around small tv screens to watch the footy, children were wandering around, playing together and others were gossiping in the local hairdressers. Our tour guide said many of the Favelas had been pacified because of the World Cup and Olympic Games but said people weren't happy about this because the police are ...