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Rio De Janeiro is a world-class destination that regularly captures headlines because of its glamour, stunning beauty and exotic vistas. However, it is not a place where you’ll find much English spoken. The language of Brazil is Portuguese and outside of the major hotels, it can be a challenge for visitors to communicate. Many restaurants have only one or two English-speaking employees and after your introduction to the hostess they will be quickly summoned to practice their halting ingles with you.

To continue reading Dave’s post, click here: http://www.roadtrips.com/blog/rio-part-2-a-little-portuguese-goes-a-long-way/

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Posted by The Guenther's Big Adventure on February 21, 2013

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