El Parador Pousada
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Travel Blogs from Buzios
... to an area called Lapa to see a lot of historical architecture and the Lapa steps (google them). On my last day the weather cleared enough to meet my son, Christ the redeemer who overlooks the entire city with a watchful eye. It was somewhat imposing and you had to wonder if you were in the presence of something greater. Feel free to discuss it amongst yourselves. The Rio leg was made complete by an 18 year old Dutch guy tell me "you´re a f**king cool guy". Glad to see ...
... went down the `Wall of Death`!
* So Jeri- the much anticipated Jeri- where not many travellers get to! It was exciting getting the 2 hr open-air dune-buggy bus there! We went through lots of sanddunes and by the sea- with donkeys feeding on the grasses to the other side of us! We were planning on going to Kite-Surfing school or Wind-Surfing school but we were stopped in our tracks by unexpectedly massively high prices! Still Jeri was a good chill sesh- no roads- only really 3 ...
... believe we somewhat influenced everyone's decision as they all seemed to be following suit. Me and linz even got stuck into this guy who was on his honeymoon and got him soooo ****** i think he forgot about his wife and just hung out with us. We were doing flips off the roof, taking some interesting photos, having a laugh (often at the expense of others) and just having a blast. Unfortunately the tour had to come to an end but 10-12 beers later we figured we ...
... We´ve enjoyed quite a few of the Brazilian National Drink - Caipirinha. This is cachaca (a sugar-cane liquor) with sugar, ice and limes - very nice but very strong! The hostel also arranged lots of tours complete with an english speaking guide. It just so happened that the day after we arrived there was a trip to see a Cup Final football match at the Maracana stadium. The atmosphere was totally amazing - very different to a match at home. We arrived an hour ...
... the wide plasma since she helps in selling drinks on the beach (not a tipping culture). I go to Ipanema for my first Carnaval activity. It is a single group of dancers, percussion (mostly drums), and truck with the singer on top. This is a simple bloco. They lead a bunch of revelers (I was soon one) down the street to a samba sound. Surprisingly, it is over by 11 PM. I walk along the boardwalk where there are lots of people just hanging ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking