Hotel Balneario Cabo Frio

Rua Dos Cravos, No. 64, Cabo Frio, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28908280, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua Dos Cravos, No. 64, Cabo Frio.
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Travel Blogs from Cabo Frio

Last Night in Rio

A travel blog entry by will.traveller on Feb 22, 2007

With Carnaval over, it is now time to hit the neglected museums: modern art, folklore, Catete Palace. All nice but none remarkable. It is my last day in Rio. I finally convince the family to go out for dinner and let me pay (they feel it is an extravagance). The grandparents Mario and Paula as well as the uncle Jose and his Paula enjoy a very nice evening. With Jose translating, many thoughts and feelings were expressed. ...

Dress shopping and Chopp!

A travel blog entry by alexndean on Jan 03, 2007

2 comments, 11 photos

... knackered in a overly expensive dump of a hotel in Copacabana for the night. First thing the next day we checked ourselves into a far cheaper, and nicer hostel, although as we are now in a pricier part of the world it is dorm beds again. We then checked out Copacabana and did the required havaiana shopping (my flip flops were beginning to look very scruffy). The beach is lovely and the mountain backdrop is stunning and there ...

MERRY CHRISTMAS (and update)

A travel blog entry by athena on Dec 24, 2006

... actually get it home...but it was worth it. I unwrapped it, plugged it in and connected the water supply and got her working. I did some 7 loads in the first 24 hours. I've got clothes hanging from chairs and doors all over my house. But gosh-darnit...I WILL have a clean wardrobe, as well as bedsheets for the New Year! Tomorrow will be spent drinking beer while getting bronzed on the beach in my scandalous bikini. Well, scandalous by north american ...

Real Rio?

A travel blog entry by emanddave on Aug 18, 2006

5 photos

... I am desperately searching for kites flying along alley ways as white kites means there is a supply of cocaine, green is marijuana and red is danger. Not because I want any drugs (obviously) but just through morbid curiosity particularly having seen City of God (very good but sad film if you havent seen it). We then leave this favela and head to a smaller one which has benefitted from money from the EC and our tour company. First ...

Carnival and cross dressers, welcome to Rio!

A travel blog entry by lauraandcarl on Mar 03, 2006

3 comments, 20 photos

... Playing (very difficult when you donīt speak the lingo!!). We had a brilliant night and fortunately the rain held off until we got back to the house when we witnessed some of the biggest rain we have ever seen!. After chilling on the beach monday, we decided to be a little more adventurous Tuesday and went hangliding over Rio, an experience we will never forget and would happily do again, the views were simply ...