Hotel El Cazar
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel El Cazar
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Cazar Buzios
Travel Blogs from Buzios
There was a little excitement before we left, as the seas were a little too rough to bring the tenders back on board without some special gymnastics. Two tenders stabilized the third in order to get it into position, and they rotated the ship 180 degrees in order to allow the other two tenders to be brought back up.
... ism), there’s more gold in the ocean than there are gold deposits in the earth. It’s just that no one has been able to work out a commercially viable way to extract it. Good job too, I say, but if ever they were to crack the code, I’d make for Buzios, post-haste. The ocean around the town, and, in particular, Tataruga Beach, is renowned for the tiny gold flecks that dot the waters. No wonder the locals are all so ridiculously good looking – ...
... 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 ...
... there I took in the view of Rio, a truly beautiful city, and watched part of a documentary that included clips of James Bond's Moonraker (which featured Sugar Loaf). There was a wooded area at the back of Pao de Acucar which I wandered around and sat watching birds flying and soaring for a while. I found a seat and waited for sunset. The sun sets a little bit to the left of Christ the Redeemer and lights ...
... is really an energetic dance. You could really feel the power of it all. And during Carnaval they have around 300 members in the bateria! Man! I think I really would have missed out on a big aspect of Brazil had I not come to Rio and had a samba experience. Another thing I was told I had to do is go to a favela funk party. Again, had an awesome time here as well. Favelas are the poorer neighborhoods that sneak up the hills of Rio, run by ...