Colonna Park

Address: Praia de João Fernandes, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28950-000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Praia de João Fernandes, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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    Travel Blogs from Buzios

    Devon heading home after 8 1/2 months

    A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on Apr 18, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... we were greeted by the two Ugyens and spent time with Yangki (amazing) along with Terri (organizer of Bhutan Marathon).

    We then returned to Bangkok for a couple of days before heading to Tokyo Japan to see Rieko's Uncle. We took several bullet trains to Rieko's fishing village of Inoura in southern Japan to visit her extended crazy and awesome family. Then we were crazy and decided to head to NYC (13 hour flight) ...

    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. Were going to stay here til at least monday as its nice to just relax and feel like were actually on ...

    Mengo, mengo, mengo! (Gringo gang hit the soccer)

    A travel blog entry by cosbo on Mar 14, 2007

    ... fancy you! We cannot describe just how lively and passionate these people are about this sport. At the end of the game we head out, between masses of people....down through the exit, suddenly we see people holding their t-shirts over their faces, people screaming, the police using their battons and everyone darting away from being beaten! Our stomachs drop to the ground...we are in the middle of a riot, we ...

    For alex, seb and others coming to rio

    A travel blog entry by riogirls on Dec 20, 2006

    ... and don~t be afraid of the food on the beach, minus the sketchy shrimp :S -avoid the police and don~t let them go thru your bags, if they want to see the contents you show them the inside of your pockets or take everything out of your bag, open it up but don~t let them put their hand in (they plant drugs, hasn~t happened to me, but this is what i hear ;) ) ---never fight someone trying to take something of yours, even ppl who are passing on ...