Hotel Flamengo Palace

Address: 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

Rio In An Afternoon (Day 35)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 14, 2014

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... views from the top of Paõ de Azúcar (Sugarloaf mountain). Rio is situated in the valleys and up along the tree-lined hills of the coast. There must have been at least 6 or 7 very large beaches including Copacabana and Botafogo beaches visible from where we were. We saw some examples of the original funiculars designed by the Germans. They now use cars designed by the Swiss which is evident by all of the advertising from Victorinox. I had ...

The biggest Favela in Latin America- Rocinha

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Oct 11, 2014

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... of Rocinha where they have a subway and a number of other restaurant chains.

We stopped for ašai before making our way to a sports centre where the favela kids can go to keep off the streets. They have swimming pools, soccer fields and volleyball, but they also have an MMA gym, and a skatepark!

We got driven back to the hostel, and i got some sleep on the way back, despite the israelis next to me talking at an absurdly inconsiderate level. We ...

Assessing the "progress" made post-Independence...

A travel blog entry by lucyandhayley on Aug 26, 2014


... all that's left to decide is where to hang the picture in your new house?! 😉👑 It's not surprising with my vehement defence of the Royals that the group now know I'm a big fan, however it was still very funny and cute when Nicole asked us if we were taught to curtsey and bow at school. It's great to find out the British are percieved on the other side of the world! 2. Too many vocabulary clashes to even mention but here are a few. The English (aka the correct ...

Shopping, Beach and Lapa

A travel blog entry by pauliballs on Jul 05, 2014

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... and all different herbs and spices. Nom nom. I ate a lot. Im glad I stopped when I did because I was seriously full. Cant wait to go back there. Yum. We got back to our room and packed our bag for the next day so we can just get up and leave to go to Iguazu. We got ready and Renato picked us up right on 10pm. We made our way to the metro and we learned a little bit more about our landlord. He was 33, gay, and worked from home. He looks for locations for music videos ...

Obrigados and Obrigadon'ts

A travel blog entry by golds26 on Jun 13, 2014

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... bowl-cuts. Funnily enough, Argentina doesn't actually play until Sunday, so either they were building buzz for that game or it just takes them three days to get fully psyched. Regardless, the Argentina fan base was so strong and proud in their sky-blue stripes that they were a shoo-in for today's Fan Power Rankings. And with that, we leave you to your own slightly less Brazilian lives. Thanks for reading, or in Portuguese, obrigado for reading. We'll see you ...

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