Casa Da Pedra

Address: Trav. Lucio Quintanilha, 57, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Trav. Lucio Quintanilha, 57, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      Back to the beggining...

      A travel blog entry by jules-honeyyear on Sep 28, 2012

      50 photos

      ... great location for activities such as jet ski, windsurfing, sailing and diving; also the location of the famous 'three fisher men' statue
      Rasa - the winds in Rasa make it an excellent location for windsurfing

      Activities
      Swimming, sailing, snorkeling, diving, surfing, body-boarding. windsurfing, kite-surfing, jet skiing, hiking, mountain biking

      Useful links
      http://www.buziosonline.com.br/home/eng lish/
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      Buzios, Rio de Janeiro, Carnaval

      A travel blog entry by maryenglish on Feb 16, 2010

      50 photos

      ... is no way I can argue with a Jew who wants to see Jesus. Well I had no idea how massive this statue was or how well known this attraction was in Rio but evidently it is a must see in Rio. It was incredible! It was so big and the view was so amazing. After we saw JC, we went back the hostel to get ready for Carnaval. A large group from the hostel was going to Sambadromo which is the Carnaval parade with the floats, music and costumes. It was insane!!!! We got on ...

      Buns and bikes in Buzios

      A travel blog entry by andersontravel on Nov 20, 2007

      4 photos

      ... men playing 2-on-2 games and were so impressed. They serve the ball from the same spot you would normally serve it, but they build up a little mound of sand, place the ball on it, and kick it over the net to start the rally! It was wild. We also rented bikes one day and learned a very important lesson...before you pay for the bike, SEE it first! Our bikes were junk and the most uncomfortable ride I think I have ever had! The frames were way to small ...

      Day 2 (Sugarloaf Mountain)

      A travel blog entry by adisyl on Feb 14, 2007

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... but on the downside most are full,the mango tree (?name) isn't full cos it only opened 5 days before,and just like that we have another 3 nights in rio, very cool place actually,but no-one has a spot for the 18th,we don't care, we are off a day early on the bus,bought the ticket today The afternoon is a big tick on the tourist ...

      Re-Finding Neverland

      A travel blog entry by jazzkat6 on Nov 02, 2006

      10 photos

      ... taxis and strolled along Mem De Sa watching the Cariocas as they spilled out of scores of Samba Halls and gathered with their friends in the street. Dudes chatted with one another and whistled at the sultry samba gatas. Lovers held hands and readily displayed public affection. Drunks, young and old, stumbled around in happy disorientation. Transvestite Hookers strolled by, sweet talking anyone who made eye contact. Charles bought some corn. Ari Hailed a Cab. Boa ...