Hotel Flamengo Palace

Praia do Flamengo, 6, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22210030, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro

The Road to Rio

A travel blog entry by aliandhannah


... and generally having an awesome time. We then went into Lapa and soaked up the crazy atmosphere before heading to a party where we met Edwin's two Brazilian friends Luca and Danni. With vague memories of again trying to learn to samba in a packed club full of Brazilians we got in at early doors with the sun up after a fantastic day. Apart from the result. Next up more Brazilian World Cup adventures. We don't want to ruin it for you guys, but it doesn't end well for England I'm afraid. ...

Carolina & Bernardo - A Wedding Story!

A travel blog entry by nikkirech


... room off and behind that area where all the sweets were available, and then a bar area. Waiters walked the entire location all evening offering drinks and various finger foods - mostly savory. There were little fish balls (bolinhos de bacalhau), little cheese balls (pao de queijo), and many others.

The meal was offered buffet style, and consisted of a variety of salads, ...

Teaching day

A travel blog entry by lucyfletch


... and back to the 3 o'clock class. I have to say the favela is an awe amazing place, you are not to know what is coming round the corner, there is a great sense of community, (with the haviana guy saying i could return tomorrow to pay the remaining real of what are the comfiest flip flops.), there is also such a great vibe you cannot get in the tourist traps.    I need a chill out evening with Caitlin and Skype tonight. Bom Noite Luce ...

Days 136-141: Paraty to Rio!!

A travel blog entry by rjcannin


... and with a nicer beach. On the first night of carnival we went back to the apartment to rest after a few hours of taking in the party. There we met Lillia's son, who is about our age an spoke perfect English. He was able to fill us in on anything that we missed in our attempted conversation with his mother and could pass messages back along to her, which made things easier. Following the trend of the Carioca that we had met so far, he was really outgoing and happy to ...

Rio - Carnival

A travel blog entry by lindb

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... head to Copacabana Beach. From the hotel the beach is only 3 blocks away. The beach is huge and not as busy as we had expected. Chairs are available for rent at only 5 reals per chair and umbrellas at 6 reals, so that is £2.80 for the day - bloody cheap compared to some places in Europe. We chilled on the beach for most of the day, people watching - and oh there are some sights to see! Brazil is renowned for the g string bikinis, and there are ...


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