Pousada Cauca

Rua Getulio Vargas 300, Ilha Grande, State of Rio de Janeiro, 23900-960, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua Getulio Vargas 300, Ilha Grande, is near Arpoador beach, Contemporary Art Museum (Museu Contempora), Parque da Cidade, and National History Museum (Museu Historico Nacional).
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    Travel Blogs from Ilha Grande

    Copacabana Fort

    A travel blog entry by nikkirech on May 27, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... is downtown, and they are known for their elegant atmosphere and especially for their sweets! Mauro remembers his Grandmother speaking of going to this restaurant for afternoon tea (in the 1920's). It was a place for high society.

    We ate a leisurely meal (I'm talking we sat, nibbled, and enjoyed the views and conversing for over three hours, folks), and then went through the museum of ...

    Complete paradise...

    A travel blog entry by niblet on Mar 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... alike but it somehow maintained a tranquil serenity. It is a small, beautiful island with no roads, no cars and not even any ATMs so it has maintained it's innocence, almost caught in a time warp which has kept it's unspoilt charm.

    The Pousanda (or guesthouse to you and I) was a steep uphill walk for about 7 minutes. This then takes you off the beaten track into a the forest area, which is what attracted me to to book the Pousanda do Cachoeira. Exhausted and sweating we ...


    A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Feb 06, 2014

    4 comments, 71 photos

    ... discussed our options and made the big decision to forego Carnival in Rio and celebrate it instead in Central America. This would give us the opportunity to see as much as we could in that part of the world, leaving Carnival in Rio for another time...

    With that said we weren’t done yet. Over the next two days we would visit the two ...

    Rio Baby!

    A travel blog entry by eddim on Dec 06, 2013

    25 photos

    ... into a bit of a tourist attraction but unfortunately there was a serious accident in 2011, causing the city to cease all trams. However there are plans to have new ones return sometime in 2014, conveniently timed with the World Cup and the upcoming Olympics. After our little walkabout we headed further into the city center and made a stop at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian, the most modern cathedral I’ve ever seen. Built between 1964 ...

    Football and samba

    A travel blog entry by chrisblock on Nov 16, 2013

    3 photos

    ... incredibly well organised and efficient with stewards everywhere. We also tried to get a beer before the match but couldn't as all the bars have been banned from selling it. There were whole families at the match and it all felt very safe. The match itself was not massively well attended. Attendance was around 15k but the capacity is in fact 80k. Still, the atmosphere was great. We sat at the Botafogo end and even managed to get our faces painted in Botafogo colours. We were ...