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

Cabo Frio 2nd district

A travel blog entry by couillard on Dec 04, 2013

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The children are still in school and summer is just starting, we got here on November 30 at 11:00 am and it has rained for a few days. Tons of Mosquitos feeding...on us! Did get a few nice days on the beach, did some bike riding and running around for grocery shopping and banking. We have been eating at the main restaurant ...

The perfect end......sugar loaf at sunset

A travel blog entry by smee_elaine on Mar 03, 2007

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... time to head to the airport and say goodbye to South America, a continent I have truly fallen in love with. It is very much a continent of contrasts; from the high peaks of the Andes to the endless sand of the Atacama Desert and the beautiful tranquillity of Patagonia to the madness of Carnaval, it has all been wonderful and it really is impossible to pick my favourite highlight as there have just been so ...

Feliz Natal!

A travel blog entry by southwickchris on Dec 30, 2006

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... a bit here. And to be honest, samba was not a part of anybody´s life, my entire trip, unlike how we may think back home. All that changed after arriving here. This was a "Whoa" experience. Really have to be there...But the curtains are closed and you just here one drummer hitting away at beats for maybe 3 minutes. You get used to hearing it. And then all of a sudden, in unison come 100 (One. Hundred.) more drummers BAM-BAM-BAM-BAM. ...

Worlds Biggest Football Stadium

A travel blog entry by emanddave on Aug 16, 2006

... still feel dodgy and Dave sorted out various bits and bobs for our stay here. In the evening I dragged myself out of bed to watch the footie at the Maracana stadium. It is the world's largest stadium having had a capacity of 200k now 120k with seats. Went to see local team, Fluminense, play the Corinthians. Match didnt start til 10pm - on a school night! Therefore crowd was slightly smalller than the maximum at about 8k!! Were a bit ...


A travel blog entry by jbs on Mar 20, 2006

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... in the Favelas are poor because its a slum. Not even close. A lot of the residents are actually quite wealthy. Imagine having a normal 9 to 5 job and not having to pay rates or taxes. Families will sometimes move to the Favela to save for a new house etc. There is also the misconception that the Favela is an unsafe place to live. Not close. The Favela is usually a safer place to live than in the city as it is completely run by ...