Rio For Partiers: travel guide to Rio de Janeiro
by Cristiano Nogueira
Publisher: Solcat Publishing 2013
Number of pages: 48
''Rio for Partiers'' doesn't just tell you about Rio de Janeiro -- it shows, in a humorous style, everything you should do, visit, eat, drink, and see to make the most of your trip to South America's most fascinating city.
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