Brava Hotel

Address: Rua 17, Lote 14, Quadra 0, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28950-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua 17, Lote 14, Quadra 0, Buzios.
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    Devon heading home after 8 1/2 months

    A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on Apr 18, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... camp in the mountains and returned wiser and beaten up.

    We were pleasantly surprised to meet and hang with our good friends the Royes family in Chiang Mai for a week.

    We then flew to Bangkok to see an old mountain biking buddy John and his cool family.

    We then took a DRUK air flight from BKK to Paro (Bhutan) rated one of the scariest landing strip in the world right in the ...

    The final Brazilian chapter....

    A travel blog entry by robertandzoe on Apr 21, 2011

    136 photos

    ... City.

    One thing we did encounter throughout Brazil was the realization that money doesn’t go a long way! Brazil was the most expensive country we visited on our tour of South America – if not the most expensive of all countries we visited. Hotel accommodation in Brazil (certainly in large cities) blew our budget apart. Basic hotels were circa £200 (minimum) a night. To upgrade or try to stay in popular districts added at least another £100 a night to ...

    Beautiful Beaches,Beautiful People,Beautiful Beer

    A travel blog entry by rowan_sarah on Mar 08, 2008

    1 photo

    ... cold beers and is always packed. There are more people that can speak English here and a lot of Spanish speakers, who I think may be Argentinian. At night the streets are crowded and there are stalls and markets, barbequed steak and chicken kebabs and street performers. We“re going to stay here til at least monday as its nice to just relax and feel like we“re actually on ...


    A travel blog entry by caomlye on Apr 16, 2007

    ... down to the beach. It was much easier floating while we were snorkeling because they gave us wetsuits, at the beach you had to actually swim. Then after Bonito we spent 3 nights at Iguassu Falls. And the Falls were unbelievable! The first day we went to the Brazilian side where you just walk along a path and see a whole bunch of smaller waterfalls. From the Brazilian side you really get a sence of how much area the falls cover but you don“t get to get very close to them. There are ...


    A travel blog entry by neilandamy on Feb 15, 2007

    ... the streets...there was music...people selling beer, table chairs and of course people dancing. It was all mad. We had one final look to see if we could find anyone else...but we decided to call it a night and head home. problem was we didnt know how to get back...we knew there was a bus...but we had no idea which one. We had only just arrived and followed everyone here! We waited ages, but no buses came...were contemplating a taxi, when we spotted another couple from our ...