Hotel Villa Rica Rio de Janeiro

Rua Conde de lages 2, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 20241-080, Brazil | 3 star inn
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Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro

Obrigados and Obrigadon'ts

A travel blog entry by golds26


... have different jerseys for different occasions (e.g. a dress jersey)? Brazil is a land of many mysteries. By the way, we know exactly one person in Rio. His name is Brandon, he went to college with us (and is Sam's fraternity brother), and has been living here for six months because apparently some companies will pay you to do that. Well since the universe is weird, obviously the one person we know in Rio decides to have lunch at the exact place where we were eating. ...

Jazico Perpetuo - The Family Burial

A travel blog entry by nikkirech


... are in-scripted with "familia" whomever. When another member of the family passes, the crypt is opened again. Any remains from the previous person are swept up (with little brooms) and placed in a smaller wooden box. Those remains are moved to the side, or down to a lower level, to make room for the new casket. The crypt is then resealed, and the process is repeated at the next burial. Mauro explained that the grave is deep, ...

'The greatest show on Earth'

A travel blog entry by annahildreth

... minimalistic bikinis whilst grazing on grilled haloumi and empenadas without having to lift a finger!
Brazilian booty and some!
Brazilian alcohol is awful. I can drink beer and Caprinhias for hours without getting tipsy and then wollop...hammered having missed out the fun part! After two nights of this and two respective mornings with blurred memories and a banging head I found my old friend vino...yey!
Enforced good behaviour by mother nature...*****!
Burger from ...

Rio de Janeiro: Cidade Maravilhosa

A travel blog entry by jolotravelling


... for style-loving cariocas (Rio locals), Ipanema is blessed with a magnificent beach and leafy streets dotted with enticing outdoor cafes and restaurants, pricey boutiques and lively bars. Zaza bistro, one of my favorite restaurants in Rio is one of them! Lemblon is right next to Ipanema, an equally great beach with traditional beer & brazilian 'tapas' bars in the back streets, ideal for a drink & snack after the beach 3. Downtown Rio ...

Rio's Favelas

A travel blog entry by burkley


Our plans today were to go hang gliding but we had been given the run around so we ended up having the morning recouping and catching up on a few things. In the afternoon we had booked a Favela Tour and prior to the tour we went for a short walk around the Flamengo area where we are staying. There wasn't much to see but we did find a cheap eat and got to try Feijoada which is a side dish of stewed beans with rice.

Picked up just after one we toured the streets of ...

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