BEST WESTERN Paradiso Del Sol

Prof. Domingos Bonifacio Ribeiro, 103-Passagem, Cabo Frio, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28906-100, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Prof. Domingos Bonifacio Ribeiro, 103-Passagem, Cabo Frio.
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Travel Blogs from Cabo Frio

Rio - Carnaval

A travel blog entry by rickblyth on Feb 13, 2007

1 comment, 5 photos

... and the top geez, aged 24, is making over US$4 million a month. I asked if he needed a hand in running the hood but he didn´t seem interested in my skills, nevermind. Anyway, as warned by the guide, within 30 seconds we were walking through a narrow passage and this fella walks round the corner in some shorts holding a handgun like it was just a Mars bar. I let him pass. Later on we saw guys walking round with machine guns and knives. This may be alarming but there´s ...

1st stop Brazil!! Week one of the big trip!!

A travel blog entry by cecil84 on Feb 10, 2007

9 photos

... Acuzar (sugar loaf mountain) in two cable cars, which was absolutely beautiful; you can see the entire city from up there, was amazing, got some beautiful photos which will post on here. Well not that much more to report as yet, as both bit burnt and feelin a lil bit sorry for ourselves think today gonna chill and then hopefully goin out tonight so will keep you posted. Think we´re stayin in Rio for a another 10days then onwards and upwards to Salvador! Ciao for ...

MERRY CHRISTMAS (and update)

A travel blog entry by athena on Dec 24, 2006

... get at me. I'll never know. 'Turkey' is currently not one of the languages I speak. There was tons of food and a non-stop flow of beer and spirits. Dessert was just as amazing...pies, cake and ice cream a-plenty. The kids kept busy in the pool...even though the day was overcast and it was cooler in the mountains. I went horseback riding with the woman that interviewed me: Melissa. She has been riding horses all her life and was laughing at me cuz that was ...

Real Rio?

A travel blog entry by emanddave on Aug 18, 2006

5 photos

... stealing - mainly to stop the police coming anywhere near the place as they are so corrupt 2 - See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil - keep your mouth shut even if you see something to stop the police coming there. The 'houses'are very higgledy piggledy but are made of bricks and cement and most have electricity, water and sewage - at least in the biggest favelas anyway. The way the housebuilding works is that you claim the land ...

Carnival and cross dressers, welcome to Rio!

A travel blog entry by lauraandcarl on Mar 03, 2006

3 comments, 20 photos

... a short trip in his fiat punto with all our luggage and both our carnival costumes (quite a squeeze!) we finally arrived in the most beautiful city on our adventures yet. After meeting up with Raph and Kelly (a couple we had met on the Inca Trail) we headed off to Ipanema beach were we found a full blown beach party and we sat there drinking beer until the early hours of the morning, things really have taken a turn for ...