Atlantico Sul Hotel

Av. Lucio Costa 18.000, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22795-030, Brazil | Inn
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Going Loco at the Bloco

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg


... the Bloco again. We then went to Leblon for a warm-up party at Marcela's friends house and then we went to the bloco. Both me and Fabian had more fun at this bloco, probably because we were more open to everything and understood how the Brazilians do it! We stayed for a few hours and then we went for pizza before we returned home to pack and watch the oscars. Since our plane to mexico city was leaving so early (5.40) we didn't bother going ...


A travel blog entry by ellen.jermy


... first bit of sight seeing we went to and it was incredible, he really does look over the whole city and almost wherever you are in Rio if you look up you can see him and it kind of makes you feel a bit safer..even if youre just a traveller! The other top sight which is probably inevitable is the Sugar Loaf mountain (Po de Acar), especially at sunset. We were told the last cable car down was at 6pm so rushed there ...

Day 138/140 Samba

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


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These days San Quirze we emptied the bags , wash everything and re- pack. This time has been more difficult because we are taking our clothes for cold and hot weather. Big logistics planning for this trip. As a result, we are leaving now with an extra box, "the box" where we are carrying summer clothes to wear when the cold part of the trip is over. We shall see how it works.
Morning in Sant Quirze, late afternoon in Rio. Wow! It is not so far ...

If it's Saturday, it must be Rio

A travel blog entry by aniemi


... play a game which is volleyball but you can't use your hands. (Andrea worries about the brains of the young people here from bouncing balls off of their heads- seriously, this isn't good)
- Rio really doesn't seem like a tourist destination, at least for non-Portuguese speaking tourists. Most of the people working in the service industry seem to struggle with English-including the tour guides. This will be interesting when they host the World Cup next ...

Waiting for the sun

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... anything, if it's raining and raining and raining again, until even the hostel where you stay smells like a wet dog, and if after that it rains and rains again as if it was London, then you will likely send to hell whoever came up with the brilliant idea of the cidade maravilhosa nickname. Then after three days a sun that blinds you comes out. And just like the sun, the beauty of this city blinds you too, and it doesn't take long for you to realize that this is indeed a Marvelous City. ...


This inn, located in the Barra da Tijuca area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Casa do Pontal Museum and Sky Center Rio.
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