Transamerica Prime Barra

Address: Avenida Gastao Senges 395, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22631280, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Barra da Tijuca area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Corcovado, Pedra da Gavea, Museu do Acude, and Itanhanga Golf Club.
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      CARNAVAL / Gringos in the ghetto - Part dois

      A travel blog entry by maxandross on Feb 17, 2015

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      ... spent the rest of the afternoon walking around, eating street food snacks on jettys and planning our lives in this lovely chilled part of the crazy city. Back at Copacabana later we bumped into our friend Jonny in the street, the chance meetings didn't even surprise us anymore. Later that night we watched the Samba parade winners being announced on TV in a Eurovision meets Champions League Final style show complete with rigged votes and ...

      Carnaval in Downtown Rio

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Feb 14, 2015

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      ... You can tell they do that every year.

      Tonight is my last night in Rio, and tomorrow I’m heading out to Salvador at mid-day. I haven’t seen Janine, the owner of my apartment, for a couple of days now, which is a bit strange. She’s changed the wifi password a couple of times in the last couple of days, and she hasn’t let me know. So I’ve just woken up and the internet isn’t working. So for me ...

      Jesus Christ.... Literally!

      A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Dec 18, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... spirituality and overcrowdedness. At 30m tall with a 28m embrace, the statue really is a thing of wonder. The tourist hotspot allows no personal space for reflection with the awe-inspiring statue (other than a small chapel around the back) but it was magnificent to see up close non-the-less. Another site ticked off the bucket list, another amazing city visited... and we even managed to pick up a ...

      Last day in Rio, Maracana Stadium & Shopping!

      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Dec 13, 2014

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      ... 2 stops from the change over so it was really easy. When we got to the stadium we decided to do a self guided tour and brought a audio guide which we could share. The entrance was $R30 each and an extra $R10 for the audio guide once we were inside. The stadium can hold 78,000 people, and the record for people held there was 250,000 back in the 50's. We got to go into the players dressing room ...


      A travel blog entry by jvince on Nov 19, 2014

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      Start the tour at 8am this morning. Our guide meets us in the lobby then we are off to see the iconic statue that dominates and over looks the city. You can actually see it from most of the city. First a drive across town and then up on a one line 66 degree angle train. As the train moves off you gently slide forward on your seat. The trees crowd in and becomes jungle. Almost to the top you start to get views of the harbour and the city. Off the train and up some steps then onto ...