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Visible from the main highway and from the harbour this little church stands pride of place on the main hillside in this older part of the city. Picturesque on the outside a walk up the stairs or along the zig zag path leads way to the entrance and to the Portuguese ceramic tiled interior. Very different from any church I...
This is where every Sunday at 11am a group plays chorinhos, a music related to but preceding Bossa Nova. It lasts at least 2 hours. People come and go, some people dance samba, and there is a market for browsing. Mostly Brazilians go there. It seems save but follow usual precautions. After the chorinhos there is at times a group...
We had a wonder to this ground just to check out the HQ of Fluminense. We paid 20R each to go around the museum. It was quiet so a gentleman who spoke really good English guided us around. It was a great facility and one that demonstrates the Brazilian Football heritage excellently. Really impressed with this place. Full of interesting...
reviewed November 29, 2015 by Boricua_Globetrotter
This beautiful building used to be "Brazil's White House". Located in Laranjeiras, one of Rio's exclusive areas, it takes you back a couple of centuries! There's a guided tour inside the Palace and its walking distance to the Laranjeiras Palace and the Flamengo area. Nice area for a stroll during the day!
"Fabulous dessert: guava petit gateau with tapioca ice cream "
reviewed February 7, 2020 by devecchibarbara
The place is really good: the service and the dessert deserves credits. We ordered petit gateau (guava and tapioca ice cream) and was fabulous! The vegan “kibe” was nice, but didn’t like the vegetarian pie (so dry), but in general it was a good experience. Is expensive, although, but for this desert...worthy!
The best brownies ever. Do not miss it! Luiz started this as a way to make some money in HighSchool and transformed it into an amazing business and great people. And by the way, the brownies are absolutely the best.
The Pizza and pasta at Zona Sul is decent and will fill you up without emptying your pockets. You can also have a glass of wine with your lunch which was nice. I found the fruits to be a bit pricey. Three dollars a pound for pears where I might pay fifty-nine cents a pound in San Francisco.