Le Relais de Marambaia

Estrada Roberto Burle Marx, 9346, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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Good morning Rio!

A travel blog entry by ozandbackagain


... one, open sewers generally are.... But it was not as bad as I had imagined. At the bottom of the town there was a new bridge in the shape of a ladies bottom as the favelas are where carnival started and it represents a lady dancing samba! On return to the flat, we needed to go on a mission for wifi to attempt to find location of where we pick up the sambadrome tickets for Sunday! Wifi is harder to find here than in Iran!!! We tried a Starbucks in ...

Copa... Copacobana

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde


... lives regardless. Typical David, he noticed that some of the kids in the favela were playing on one of the big, old arcade versions of the 1990s video game Street Fighter, the type you'd see in an Arcade or at somewhere like Laser Quest. In the game, 'Street Fighters' from across the global travel by plane to foreign lands to pit their skills in hand to hand combat against other 'street fighters'. He quipped that the kids in the favelas would like nothing more than to ...

Day 79 Rio

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble

... the forecast for Rio and very time it was 30 degrees but now we are here we have a week of clouds and thunder on the forecast. This isn't the end of the world though as I have 3 weeks to enjoy the sun. When the sun eventually did come out briefly we made our way to the beach. This wasn't hard as we are situated about 5 minutes away. It looked exactly how it does in the typical Rio photos. The massive stretch of Copacabana beach curving in front of ...

Day 14 Rio De Janerio

A travel blog entry by coenraads


... Parking was a premium so he paid a guy who washes cars for a living for a wash so he ensured the security and the parking of his car till we returned.

We walked up to the lower area of the favela. Then got into a funicular railway to get a lift to the top.

The tour was surprising - I wasn't looking forward to the locals sneering at us thinking it was some sort of schadenfreude experience for us. Turns out quite the opposite. The local residents ...

First Stop: Rio!

A travel blog entry by bobandtracie


... get mugged although thankfully we havenīt despite ending up in Centro on a Sunday with noone else around! And there is a real danger of a heart attack from the food - so much meat!

So it is goodbye Rio - we have booked our 21 hour bus trip to get us to the pantanal tomorrow and a hostel which may or may not have bed bugs. Fingers crossed for the latter!

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Portuária area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Avenida Atlantica, Itacoatiara beach, Quinta da Boa Vista, and Ilha Grande.
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