Alfabarra Sunset Drive

Avenida Lucio, 9550, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22795 000, Brazil | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by pohearn818


... end of the beach and I decide just to complete the walk. The look back from that angle is beautiful, giving a completely different view of Rio as compared to the other side of Copacabana. I head back to the paddle-boarding station and decide to wait for them instead of heading back to Fan Fest like we had originally planned. Glad I made that decision. I get to watch as Blake makes his way progressively farther out into the ocean, albeit not ...

Meat Sweats

A travel blog entry by golds26


We flew to Rio in the morning and landed comfortably in the afternoon. Unfortunately, we had to check our bags on this flight and consequently experienced that terrifying wait at baggage claim before your luggage flops onto the conveyer belt. Sara's bag got lost last summer on the way to Italy so now she'll never trust bag check again nor will she ever be able to relax at baggage claim. Her bag was found, by the way, but that's not really the point. It took us ...

Her name is Rio...

A travel blog entry by klartman


... known as, '******* Tax'?

After weaving our way through the general menagerie of vehicles clogging Rio's arterial network of heavily pot-holed "roads", all one handed (the driver's other hand being attached to the phone that was attached to his ear), I finally rocked up to my Hostel in the Santa Teresa district of Rio at about half 8. Santa Teresa is a bit like Valparaiso in Chile, steep, winding, cobbled streets with rows of ...

Drinking Caipirinha in Rio de Janeiro

A travel blog entry by littlebush


... Portuguese prince regent Joao 6th fled a war with Napoleon and ultimately Portugal in 1807, he made Rio his home bringing 15,000 men and the city grew and prospered. People from all over the world came to make their riches and with the abolishment of slavery in 1888, the city expanded as the favellas (shanty towns) started to grow and people settled. Today, it's a city of over 6 million people, 25% of whom live in favellas. The people are a mix of races making it ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by ditytler


... too careful about sunburn and spent most of my time under the umbrella. I'll never get a tan this way. We thought Buzzy was surely going to get red but she didn't. We're going back tomorrow morning to work on our tans. We ended the day by shopping, having drinks at an outdoor bar, and then dinner at an outdoor restaurant, Restaurante Joaquin. This is Brian's favorite Rio restaurant. The food was unique and very good. I'm sure we'll be back again since we have eight days in ...


This hotel, located in the Barra da Tijuca area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Prainha.
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