Galapagos Inn Hotel

Address: Praia Joao Fernandinho 3 Quadra B, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28950, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Praia Joao Fernandinho 3 Quadra B, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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        • Restaurant
        • Swimming pool

        TripAdvisor Reviews Galapagos Inn Hotel Buzios

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        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

        ... although some of the larger ones change their names about halfway along, which is cheating if you ask me. The peninsula runs basically east-west, sticking out into the atlantic ocean, and there is a marked contrast between the beaches on the north and south sides. To the north, where we headed on day one, the sea is dead calm, clear and swimming is almost too easy, floating is what I mostly did. The beaches are thick ...


        A travel blog entry by athena on Mar 24, 2007

        ... the country by March 14th and stay for a month. I was so incredibly excited...I hadn't seen my parents since I moved down here. I was also excited because they would be bringing me some essential items. Items like...peanut butter and Caramilk bars. LOL. Gosh, how I had missed those! I saw them last weekend at my grand-parents house. Today they are on their way here to check out my apartment and run the inspection. LOL. So, I have to go now...I need to clean the house! ...

        New Years' Eve

        A travel blog entry by athena on Jan 02, 2007

        1 comment

        ... getting warmed up to the tunes. It was a very eclectic mix of Brazilian music, American retro, Brazilian retro and American music from the 60s to 90s! It was Didn't recognize much of the Brazilian music...but I would kick ass with the American music. I was the only one who knew the MACARENA and got to lead the entire room. It was straight out of some musical, I swear. You of those where people spontaneously burst into a dance routine? Ya, just like ...