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June 05, 2014 
A man walks on a wall painted with a mural of the iconic yellow train of Santa Teresa neighborhood in... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
A man walks on a wall painted with a mural of the iconic yellow train of Santa Teresa 
A man walks on a wall painted with a mural of the iconic yellow train of Santa Teresa neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro June 4, 2014. Rio de Janeiro, with its white beaches, blue ocean and jungle-covered mountains, is still the place that comes to mind when people think of Brazil. Soccer fans coming to Rio for the World Cup will be too late for the city's famed Carnival bash, but they'll also miss the energy-sapping Southern Hemisphere summer heat. By all means visit tourist favorites such as Pao de Acucar (Sugar Loaf Mountain) and the Christ the Redeemer statue on Corcovado, but here are places that locals enjoy, too. Despite its party reputation, Rio is also a daytime city. Obsessed with health and good looks, many Cariocas, as the locals are known, work hard to keep tan and fit. The beach is best at late morning and late afternoon. Rio food lacks S?o Paulo sophistication but is served with panache. For a classic Rio food experience, take a cab to Santa Teresa, the charming old neighborhood overlooking downtown. To match story TRAVEL-RIO/ Picture taken June 4, 2014. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP TRAVEL) 
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