Coronado Beach Hotel

Address: Praia Joao Fernandes, Lotes 14,15 E 16 Quadra B, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28950000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Praia Joao Fernandes, Lotes 14,15 E 16 Quadra B, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      Bridget Bardot's secret hideaway

      A travel blog entry by wheressuzy on Oct 17, 2012

      4 photos

      ... the locals in my bad Spanish (they speak Portuguese in Brazil, but Spanish is understood and a lot more useful than English!). Other than beach hopping..um..I shopped! Buzios has a vast array of gorgeous shops and more bikinis than I have ever seen. I managed to avoid the designer boutiques and purchased two bikinis..and sarongs while here - it felt rude not to! I also had the ...

      Búzios!

      A travel blog entry by olivianelson on Jan 28, 2010

      2 comments, 12 photos

      Today we have started our trip to Búzios! We went with our friends, Claudinha, Julianna and Bernardo. The drive was very long. The roads in Brazil are very bumpy. Every five seconds there would be a bump and I would hit the ceiling of the car.
      The place is in a very deep forrest type place so it was very hard to find. We finally found it and inside the lobby we ...

      Burning the Last Year of My Twenties

      A travel blog entry by kalchalker on Nov 17, 2007

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... asking my opinion on which nationality was more beautiful, the Americans or Brazilians. This is obviously impossible to answer because both countries are very diverse with many gorgeous women of all races and creeds. However, I answered Brazilian because I knew where this `conversation`was going. I was then lectured on the proper girl attracting calls and phrases for Brazilian beauties. Itīs amazing how little words you need ...

      Rio de Janeiro

      A travel blog entry by suttieandsmithy on Nov 10, 2006

      ... We met up with the kiwi girls in Ipanema. Given the team was at full strength again, an hour after landing in Brazil we were off to Lappa and buying the most evil caipirinhas known to man off street vendors and joining the party (on a traffic island). The next couple of days were spent checking out the beach, football sights. Our stay in Rio was short but sweet. Next stop - the tropical north of Brazil (Jericoacoara). ...

      World Cup Game #1

      A travel blog entry by athena on Jun 13, 2006

      Look up Brazil...anywhere...library, internet...anywhere you think you will be able to find information on the country. One of the things you will usually come across is "National Religion" or 'Main Religion', you know...things like that. 99.5% of the time, it will list Catholicism under that category. Those people, who have no doubt spent countless hours compiling factoids on Brazil...have obviously NOT done their research! Brazil's main religion is NOT Catholicism....it's SOCCER. ...