Rio eu te amo

I found out about this project just a week after returning from Rio, and it seems super cool. Two years focusing on highlights of the city, celebrating its history, and doing little art/cultural/performance projects, taking advantage of social media platforms. I haven’t yet seen the film, but I’m excited to do so! I was a big fan of Paris, je t’aime.

Our first day in Rio we headed out to dine on the waterfront in Copacabana, and this is how our paninis came to us. We felt Rio loved us too.


*Bonus – also from the Rio eu te amo site – a post on the history of the Arcos da Lapa, the anchoring landmark of one of my favorite neighborhoods in the city.
(If you read Portuguese), read about it here.


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