By Georgia Grimond, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Santa Teresa has long been known as Rio’s charming, bohemian neighborhood. Located at the top of winding, cobbled streets, far from the coastline Rio is famous for, it shows a different side of the city from the penthouses and high-rises that stretch along the beachfront and surrounding residential areas.
At the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries it was home to the city’s wealthy families who sought the cool air of the elevated neighborhood. While retaining its charm and many of its grand . . .