Buzios Beach House

Address: Rua Um Amor, 11, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua Um Amor, 11, Buzios, is near Playas de Buzios, Geriba Beach, Ferradura Beach, and Brigitte Bardot Statue.
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    Travel Blogs from Buzios

    Beautiful Buzios

    A travel blog entry by samcust on Aug 03, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... was PACKED and it looked as if we would be waiting all night to get in. After Sam tipped off one of the security guards with $R20 (money can make a lot of things easier in Brazil) we bypassed the queue with our other friends from nomads and made it in. Sam had a few too many cordials and we ended up heading back to the hostel 2 hours later. But those 2 hours in there were lots of fun.

    We walked home past a burger place and Sam insisted we both ...

    The final Brazilian chapter....

    A travel blog entry by robertandzoe on Apr 21, 2011

    136 photos

    ... This is a serious playboy’s paradise! It’s the largest city in Brazil, the largest city in the southern hemisphere and the world’s sixth largest city. Sao Paulo has huge ethnic diversity with Italian being the most prominent ethnic group. There are over 6 million people in Sao Paulo today with Italian origins.

    We were now in a country that spoke Portuguese not Spanish. Any useful Spanish learnt in South America was now out the window! Needless ...

    Brazil, Buzios, Beaches

    A travel blog entry by wavey on Feb 28, 2008

    5 photos

    ... and restaurants all with their section of sand to fill with deck chairs and sun shades and big-grinning brazilans try to pesuade you to rent them for the day each claiming to offer the best deal and have the best location. Huge ocean liners also visit these northern coves and they glide in, impossibly huge, spew out some day-trippers and glide out again at dusk. To the south, the sea is a different beast altogether. The ...

    The last days of South America

    A travel blog entry by goodygrass on May 08, 2007

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... rest of the night humming along, having a marvelous dinner, and reminiscing over our fantastic journey...highlighting the best parts and those we will never be able to forget for the rest of our lives (even if we tried to). Before I left Australia I didnīt know Katherine all that well but thought our trip would be fine anyway. I always knew that I would like her...but I never realised how much I would come to love my new friend. I hope this is ...

    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 ...