Hotel Acapulco

Address: Rua Joao Antonio Rocha 373, Cabo Frio, State of Rio de Janeiro, 21060-610, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua Joao Antonio Rocha 373, Cabo Frio.
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Travel Blogs from Cabo Frio

Visit Stephen's Home

A travel blog entry by couillard on Sep 12, 2013

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We had to rent a car for our family trip to Itatiaia on the 14 of September. Stephen shopped around and checked out a few places and so we went to the rental office and got a minivan for six. Stephen took us to his place to see all the renovations he has done since we last visited and we also had lunch at an Italian restaurant just around the corner from his ...

Chau Carnaval

A travel blog entry by nerdelyi on Feb 21, 2007

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... way to see the whole city. Somehow I ended up in a hotel that is not right in the touristy area, and I got upgraded from a 3 or 4 person dorm room to a 2 person room all to myself. It was nice at first when I got off the truck and I spread all my **** out everywhere and walked around in my underwear for a while, but then it got kinda boring after the 3rd day. There just wasnīt alot of English speaking people around, but I did have my Rosie and I went back ...

The concrete mattress

A travel blog entry by jamesalex on Dec 15, 2006

... bus that was waiting at the bottom. A grand total distance of around thirty centimetres. James would also like to add that his mattress at the Santa Clara Hotel was as hard as a rock. I thought he was just stuck in whinging mode after the Pantanal, until I rolled onto it in the middle of the night and thought I'd fallen on the floor by ...

Brazilian football

A travel blog entry by nlbrtw on Jul 16, 2006

... and Vasco & I was supporting the Flamengos - they lost! (However, 3 days later the 2 teams returned to the same stadium to play for the cup & Flamengos won that time - some you lose some you won, hey ho!) I was surprised about 2 things. One was the size of the crowds - not that big (although easy to get lost in a stadium that large). As a tourist I was firmly segregated from the real fans in the "tourismo"stand so the shouted & flag waving ...

Tough life in Rio

A travel blog entry by bigjohn on Feb 26, 2006

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Hey all, Itīs a tough life out here, Iīve just been for a swim with the plastic down at Ipanema beach here, and itīs hot, hot, and hot some more. Itīs a slice of heaven with the sights that Rio brings in G-string bikinis just like the movies, but with the good comes the bad, as the īgirly boysī as I like to call them (who are simply guys with attachments and removals) seem to like ...