Tourism Rises in Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro has always been a popular, exotic international destination for tourists. But amidst the natural beauty of the city and its surroundings, crime and infrastructure issues have, in the past, been issues for tourism.

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TAM Airlines Increases Orlando-Sao Paulo Service

TAM Airlines, the largest airline in South America, announced Monday that it will be adding a daily flight between Orlando and Sao Paulo, Brazil beginning on August 2, doubling the frequency on the popular route.

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TAM Airlines to Launch Daily Non-Stop Service Between Orlando and Sao Paulo

TAM Airlines, the largest airline in Latin America, has announced that it will soon launch daily non-stop service between Orlando, Florida and Sao Paulo, Brazil. The carrier will offer two daily flights between the cities beginning on August 2.

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Five World-Class Bed and Breakfast Inns

A bed-and-breakfast can provide a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of a large hotel. Here are five to consider the next time you’re looking for a place to lay your head.

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American Airlines Applies for More Miami-Brazil Flights

American Airlines has filed an application with the Department of Transportation to add 10 more flights between Miami and Brazil. The request is part of the airline’s phase-in process for the Open Skies Agreement signed by US President Barack Obama during his visit to Brazil in March.

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