In 1995, long paths for bicycles were built along Rio's seashore from Leme to Barra da Tijuca . On Sundays, the roads are ... More
In 1995, long paths for bicycles were built along Rio's seashore from Leme to Barra da Tijuca . On Sundays, the roads are closed for cars; and pedestrians, roller skaters and cyclists abound. On weekdays, many people exercise by the beach and you can find groups of Yoga or Tai-chi-chu-an on the sand. A walk by the shore is fun, especially during any one of Rio's many events that celebrate Yemanja, the goddess of water.
I’ve been living in Ipanema for two-weeks now due to my new job. Strolling down Ipanema beach is priceless! I walk around a lot and everyday I discover a new hidden gem. Devassa is not that hidden, but it’s definitely worth a go. It’s a great place to go after work on the weekdays. A co-worker took me there for a happy hour beer. What a beer! Delicious drafted cool beer to ease off a tough day’s stress. My tip is: order some food as well.
In a prime location in Porto Alegre, near the trendy Rua Padre Chagas (Walk of Fame), Park and center, the
Piazza Navona Flat hotel provides a pleasant stay for both executives and families. The preferred airport for the hotel ...
Caesar Business Botafogo, situated in the Botafogo neighborhood, one of the most traditional in Rio de Janeiro, is close to
the Corcovado and Pan de Azucar and is just five miles from the Santos Dumont Airport. The hotel is ...
Pao de Acucar or Sugar Loaf Mountain is one of Rio's most famous landmarks. It is the best place to
gain a dramatic perspective on how mountains and sea confront each other to create the natural beauty of the ...
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