Praia Lido Hotel
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... A streetcar transported the residents between downtown and Santa Teresa. Today the neighbourhood is popular among artists and foreigners who like the "hippie" vibe and small town atmosphere. The districts streets used to be used as escape routes for slaves in the 18th century. We took the subway to get the historic streetcar that would take us into the area. The streetcar is reminiscent of the trollie's in San Francisco.
We entered ...
... was so impressive. There was also a little chapel in the base of the statue. Our next stop was the Selaron Steps. They were tiled stepped designed by Jorge Selaron. There were so many different tiles from all over the world, it was very colourful. I managed to climb to the top but it was so hot! We then went the Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian. This looked a bit ugly from the outside but inside there were ...
... The hotel is just 2 blocks from Copacabana beach. I went for a walk to get the lay of the land. No one speaks English, so there are no signs or menus in English. I am doing a lot of pointing and nodding, since I don’t know any Portuguese. Brazil is the only country in South America where Spanish is NOT the main language. I will say that so far the beach area is not as exotic as seen in some travel ads. Too many speedos and Brazilian bikinis that so ...
... western culture I had become used to while traveling. My travel partner would have to be my camera, I thought. But the day had finally come to meet my companions in Miami, taking off together for our first time in South America. I almost feel like a fool for thinking our travels together could be anything short of wonderful, being an understatement itself. My fellow American backpackers weren't strangers past the first hour. Like minded young grads from very ...
... caught the bus to the main bus terminal Rodoviaria Novo Rio. It took around 2 hours to get there as we stopped by the city Rio airport where I arrived into. It was a busy place, I definitely held onto my possessions. I brought my ticket it was an overnight bus to Ilhabela which left at 11.30 pm on Sunday as Tiago and Dani were leaving that night also. I got back on the bus and headed back to Vidigal. At this stage it was becoming dark. I arrived at the bottom of ...