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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... Botanico which was very nice to wander around. There were lots of trees as well as the odd lake and greenhouse. The orchid greenhouse was full of lots pretty plants except for a very odd thing hanging from the ceiling with lots of roots etc sticking out. I particularly liked the Japanese garden with its water feature and red bridge. I then made my way to Catete and had a quick look around the Museu ...

Feliz Natal!

A travel blog entry by southwickchris on Dec 30, 2006

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... super pretty. Saw monkey just running around. A "must do" when going to Rio is to visit one of the samba schools. There are like 14 and during Carnaval they compete in the Sambadrome dancing, singing, mania basically. But they have "rehearsal"īs all the time up until Carnaval, preparing for it. It is really misleading calling it a "school" or "rehearsal" when you go there though. Just a huge samba party is what it really is. We went to ...

Heights of Rio

A travel blog entry by emanddave on Aug 17, 2006

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... and lovely stained glass inside that reflected the sun depending on the time of day. After that drove up to Corcovado or Christ the Redemptor Statue. The statue is 30 metres high and was built to celebrate the 100th anniversary of independence from Portugal. Unfortunately it was quite cloudy at the top but we could see the statue and got glimpses of the 360 degree view around Rio of the beaches, ...

Rio

A travel blog entry by jbs on Mar 20, 2006

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... is nuts on a grand scale. No one pays taxes or for water or electricity as they are all stolen. If one person buys cable tv the whole Favela will have it. Theres roughly 300,000 people in just this one Favela which is about the population of Canberra squeezed into a third of the size (thats a lot of stolen cable). The power lines and plumbing in the place are just mind blowing (Check out the photo of the power lines). When people ...