Travel Inn - Apa Pau Brasil

Address: Estrada Velha de Buzios 12.300, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28.950.000 , Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Estrada Velha de Buzios 12.300, Buzios.
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      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      Day 7: Beaches, Buses, Buzios

      A travel blog entry by pippagrace on Jul 21, 2013

      3 photos

      ... the bus and spent 2 hours in the bus station in a particularly rough district of Rio. However, we wrote our postcards, stayed in the safety of the food court and eventually boarded the bus Northwards, destination: Buzios. With no major train lines connecting Brazil, buses become the main mode of transport around the major coastal towns, and 1001 coach company are highly recommended, possibly even comfier than BA club ...

      Fawlty Towers goes down under..

      A travel blog entry by evs1210 on Feb 19, 2010

      4 photos

      ... and assured me of a pleasant stay particularly as everyone in Brasil has been walking round like zombies the last few days in the aftermath of carnival! He did mention that a group of 8 ´crazy´Aussie guys were on their way back having stayed there prior to carnival which did raise a few concerns but surely it couldn´t be that bad!

      My plans were just to spend 3 days on the beach doing nothing. Unfortunately the first day I ...

      New plans-go to Buzios, Inadvertently buy cocaine

      A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Nov 30, 2007

      2 comments

      ... plate and the clincher - a balcony featuring one of my favorite things in the world - a hammock. The place also has 3 ceiling fans and air conditioning. Holy ****, I fint to be living in style. The place also has a drying rack, and for those of you who really know me, you know my opionion on drying racks. I tell her I will stay 3 days and cough up the $210R. I go grocery shopping in order to stock my fridge. I buy a bunch of fruit juice, some deli ...

      The last days of South America

      A travel blog entry by goodygrass on May 08, 2007

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... We went to one quiet island for a swim, some beaching and then lunch on the boat, and then the skipper took us to a rocky island. We anchored just off the rocky island and then he began to throw breadrolls over the side of the boat. Out of nowhere came about 100 or so beautifully coloured fish (yellow and silver) who were so excited to munch on the bread. We got into the water and had a bit of a snorkel under the boat...was really fun! ...

      Right then - Rio!

      A travel blog entry by juliannet on Feb 19, 2007

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... very tourist orientated. The transport system is somewhat lacking and as the city sprawls out across a massive expanse it can be very difficult and expensive to get around. Talking of expense this place is not cheap! Probably on par with home, this is the reason I think there is a lot of poverty in the city. A lot of money coming in but it is all going to the wrong places, the streets are very dirty with homeless people every few hundred yards. The stench of ...