Atlantico Buzios Hotel

Address: Estrada Da Usina 294, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Estrada Da Usina 294, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      Bardot's Beach Town

      A travel blog entry by caarch on Nov 22, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos





      Brigette Bardot made this Brazilian peninsula famous in the 1960's, sunbathing topless on it's wonderful beaches. Anchored very close to the main pier, we were just 5 minutes from the main town from the ship. My transportation for the day was an open air bus -- allowing us to enjoy the fresh air and have maximum visibility as we toured the MANY beaches ...

      Thank Bridget for Buzios

      A travel blog entry by secretseaton on Apr 11, 2011

      15 photos

      ... Buzios hasn’t looked back since, steadily growing its reputation as the playground of Rio’s rich and famous whilst retaining much of the atmospheric charm that seduced our Bridge in the first place.


      Visitors are attracted to Buzios for two reasons: its proximity to Rio (it’s just a short three hour bus ride) and it’s abundance of beaches. Oh, and one other thing. Its gold.

      According to the Book of Josh, (and this could be ...

      I meet Americans, but they kinda suck

      A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Dec 06, 2007

      1 comment

      ... to do with the theory of relativity. Everyone knows I'm sure that the faster you move the less time you experience relative to someone standing still. This has been experimentally confirmed many times. The most convincing experiment being the use of atomic clocks on jets. The atomic clock was flown for a certain distance at a high speed (well, high speed as far as humans are concerned) and sure enough the clock ran by a fraction of a fraction of ...

      Leaving Rio

      A travel blog entry by incrediblelife on Feb 22, 2007

      ... to leave here. Then again, it could be a result of chatting with so many other travelers about other exotic places that I have yet to see. But, on the flip side, this girl at the hostel asked someone if they could pick her up a latte from Starbuckīs today. We all went nuts over that because we are all trying to just block out all the things we miss about home, and she just HAD to bring it up and remind us! But ...

      Feliz Natal!

      A travel blog entry by southwickchris on Dec 30, 2006

      6 photos

      ... there. Nobody was up yet, but it was fun to catch up with everybody when I arrived. Lots to hear from the US and lots that the Coimbras wanted to know about what I did in their country. And yes, a new camera! Anything from the Amazon boat trip, to the jungle, to all Iīve done and seen in Rio is all in my head and I have no pictures. So now I have to get back into that picture taking mood. Donīt have barely any from Camburi either. Well, this ...