Hotel El Cazar

Address: Alto do Humaita n. 6, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28950-000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Alto do Humaita n. 6, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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    Travel Blogs from Buzios

    Devon heading home after 8 1/2 months

    A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on Apr 18, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... for weeks in the Uluwatu area.

    Several days before new years we headed to Lembongan Island where we surfed, paddle boarded and scuba dove in 30C crystal clear waters. We then said farewell to Dylan and his Rachel as they headed back to Uvic and also to Nats and Ed who were off to Aussie.

    It was January and we headed to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for some business meetings and then did a week at the ...

    The final Brazilian chapter....

    A travel blog entry by robertandzoe on Apr 21, 2011

    136 photos

    ... and dress styles. The old district does have a vast array of period colonial houses, churches, plazas, shops and cobbled streets. These have been restored and decorated in traditional colours and give you a real flavour of what life must have been like in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries when the Portuguese occupied this Country. It was a grand City with wealth, a well appointed port for international trading and a warm tropical (if not humid) climate encouraging diversity ...

    Old Ladies Outing

    A travel blog entry by bigjim on Mar 19, 2007

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... in a very very very tiny little airport that someone's dad has obviously taken a great deal of time and effort into making from his shed, and set up one flight of stairs, 3 conveyer belts for luggage, an exit and oh yeah, a little foreign exchange booth to change US or Latin American currency (ahhhhh). Rio's airport Galeao is titchy! STANSTEAD, YOU LOOK HUGE! I then get the taxi from hell, as an old man in a beaten up red ford pulls up, checks my address ...

    Dress shopping and Chopp!

    A travel blog entry by alexndean on Jan 03, 2007

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... continued in Buenas Aires! All in all Rio is a really nice city although all the reports of crime put you slightly ill at ease. You just need to be on your toes! Dean: It did feel a little like being on Bay Watch, when we were on the beach (except Bay Watch is based in California, I know!). I think that Alex was a little disappointed, as most of the men seemed more interested in impressing other men (there is a bit of a gay scene here in ...

    For alex, seb and others coming to rio

    A travel blog entry by riogirls on Dec 20, 2006

    ... with a "h" sound -most es are pronounced with a "ee" sound -don~t bother figuring out what sound the x is -so, "slower/slowly" is "devagar" which is actually pronounced "gee-vag-AH" -oh and when in doubt ad an "ee" hip hop is "ipee opee", that type thing haha -go to Lapa (bar strip) and buy drinks on the street, the bars will let you take them in & when you go in you get a wristband, so if you can stand the lineups it is ...