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    Research results and Question about visitor friendly hotels near Copa.

    Hi guys,

    Planning a trip to Rio.

    This may be belong to the Hotel and Apartment thread but I see little activities there so I put it here. Hope you won't mind.

    Just want to.

    A. share result from some of my research by calling the places.

    Astoria Palace.

    Mars Palace.

    Windsor Excelsior.

    Windsor Palace.

    Rio Othon.

    Grand Mercure Copa.

    Orla.

    Mirasol.

    Simply said no visitor and.

    Olinda.

    Arena.

    Charges a lot per visit (250+).

    B. Ask if anyone has any idea about a good hotel around Copa, close to Metro and beach, with policy allowing visitor for free or small charge?

    C. I have been told that.

    Atlantico.

    Pestana.

    Could be visitor-friendly but I sense even that info was given to me in a non-confirming subtle way perhaps. Plus I saw some not so favorable review about the hotels themselves, anyone stayed at any of them before?

    Thanks a lot!

  2. #18892

    Termas v. FKK.

    Greetings fellow travelers,

    I am planning a first-time trip to Brazil (and still debating on whether to go to Rio or SP), but I think a big part of that decision will be based on which city has the better strip-club brothel / FKK type scene. My favorite platform for P4P is to frequent a place like Fase Dos (Medellin) and then to select from the many girls dancing / walking around. Which city would be better for that between Rio and SP?

    Also. I am a fan of the FKK format in Germany and really enjoyed frequenting those places. I hear termas are similar to that. Are the termas only in rio? Or does SP have them as well?

    Thanks for any insight, as usual!

  3. #18891

    Love them beaches.

    Next holiday will be at the beach!
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  4. #18890
    Quote Originally Posted by QuackUp  [View Original Post]
    I was in Rio this past April and t65 was a regular terma like before it closed. So unless things changed from April, it is still a regular girl terma.
    It's possible that it is no longer. Someone asked on GpGuia if had closed again on Jun 15,2018. Sadly, there was no response. I'm unable to find anything recent about it on the local Rio forums.

  5. #18889
    Quote Originally Posted by QuackUp  [View Original Post]
    I was in Rio this past April and t65 was a regular terma like before it closed. So unless things changed from April, it is still a regular girl terma.
    T65 has been closed down since late May and they turned it into gay sauna like Aerioporto terma in order for them to make more money. Aeroporto was successful in making more money from gays than straights. So that's why they did the same to T65.

    It's always a matter of money in Brazil. It's not a matter of what's normal or not.

  6. #18888
    I was in Rio this past April and t65 was a regular terma like before it closed. So unless things changed from April, it is still a regular girl terma.

  7. #18887
    Quote Originally Posted by Brazilian1988  [View Original Post]
    The website you are referring to is outdated. Google is not always correct. T65 turned into gay club. And there are many other things that are outdated.
    Please update us. Por Favor.

  8. #18886
    Quote Originally Posted by Brazilian1988  [View Original Post]
    The website you are referring to is outdated. Google is not always correct. T65 turned into gay club. And there are many other things that are outdated.
    Termas 65 turned into a gay club? Say it isn't so!

  9. #18885
    Quote Originally Posted by JavaMan  [View Original Post]
    Google "rio sex guide. " Click the second hit, dated May 17,2016, it's the one with monger. Com in the link. It was updated end of Jan, this year.
    The website you are referring to is outdated. Google is not always correct. T65 turned into gay club. And there are many other things that are outdated.

  10. #18884

    Mosaico near / in Vila Mimosa.

    Does anyone have intel on a club / terma called Mosaico in or near VM? It was recommended by a friend based on word of mouth. Would like to hear first hand accounts.

    Thanks!

  11. #18883
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeo9112  [View Original Post]
    Is there a recent list of mongering locations with addresses and details for Rio? I know the Bubba's report is pretty old as of now. Would appreciate a good link or who to PM for the list. Thanks!
    Google "rio sex guide. " Click the second hit, dated May 17,2016, it's the one with monger. Com in the link. It was updated end of Jan, this year.

  12. #18882
    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    I always found that the best time to visit Rio were the weeks coming up to Carnival when many of the girls are coming into town to get ready to work the carnival crowds but the crowds haven't arrived yet.
    Good advice, as Rio is my next stop after I hit Bogota over Labor Day weekend. But I think my visit to Brazil is going to be as much as a year out. The upshot of visiting Brazil from June through September is that it should actually be cooler than where I am now (Texas). Outside of the time periods previously mentioned, are there any other bad times to visit Rio? It seems like its great place to be at least 48 weeks out of the year. Your input, please.

    Hopefully I will have picked up some basic Brazilian Portuguese by then, and I will try and tap into my local Brazilian ex-pat community for tutoring (though they tend to be evangelicals and not into what I will be looking for). By most accounts, knowing the language will open some opportunities, or no?

  13. #18881
    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    I always found that the best time to visit Rio were the weeks coming up to Carnival when many of the girls are coming into town to get ready to work the carnival crowds but the crowds haven't arrived yet.
    Where do the influx of girls before Carnival show up? Just curious, thanks.

  14. #18880
    Quote Originally Posted by ShooBree  [View Original Post]
    I visited Brazil last year in February / March and I wonder what would be the best time to visit in regards to the GDP: s working in the termas and clinicas?

    I understand that Christmas, New year's eve and Eastern are bad times to visit.

    I've more or less already decided to visit Brazil again so it's only a question of when, how long and what places in Brazil.
    I always found that the best time to visit Rio were the weeks coming up to Carnival when many of the girls are coming into town to get ready to work the carnival crowds but the crowds haven't arrived yet.

  15. #18879

    Best time to visit.

    I visited Brazil last year in February / March and I wonder what would be the best time to visit in regards to the GDP: s working in the termas and clinicas?

    I understand that Christmas, New year's eve and Eastern are bad times to visit.

    I've more or less already decided to visit Brazil again so it's only a question of when, how long and what places in Brazil.

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