This was probably my favorite meal on this visit to Rio. If you go bring your appetite.
The church is a beautiful structure and a peaceful retreat from the sizzle of the city.
Santa Teresa is a bohemian neighborhood with shops, eateries and pubs. You can spend an afternoon, evening or night strolling through it's winding streets.
The Contemporary Art Museum in Niterói is one of Oscar Niemeyer's most famous and recognizable buildings.
This impressive deco Jesus Christ statue sits at the top of Corcovado mountain and looks over all of Rio.
Brazil is home to the largest Japanese population outside of Japan so I had to have at least one sushi experience while in Rio.
Rio's museum dedicated to science and sustainable living designed by Santiago Calatrava is impressive. The building was built to be energy efficient with features like solar spines.
Chilean-born artist Jorge Selarón was primarily a painter but was obsessed with his stairway art project.
A beautiful day on one of the most famous beaches in the world.
Everything was delicious. Everything was very hearty. Bring your appetite.
The beach is named for it's adjoining neighborhood which is known as one of the more hip, stylish and exclusive of Rio de Janeiro.
The fresh market in General Osorio Plaza was a surprise on a Tuesday.
Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian was designed by Edgar Fonseca as a Modernist place of worship.
The buildings really stack in downtown Rio de Janeiro.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil