Melia Angra Marina & Convention

Address: Rodovia Rio Santos (BR-101) km 488, Angra Dos Reis, State of Rio de Janeiro, 23935, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rodovia Rio Santos (BR-101) km 488, Angra Dos Reis.
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    Travel Blogs from Angra Dos Reis

    Ilha Grande - Velky Ostrov

    A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Nov 30, 2014

    19 photos

    ... jsme přežili i když minibus skakal každé dvě minuty protoze v dalnici byli diry a Nigel asi pospichal na veceri. Nigel nás vylozil v malem měste u more, kde jsme se nalodili na loď. Počasí nebylo nic moc a moře bylo velice živelne. Az natolik, že loď se kymácela skoro horizontalne. Nakonec jsme se dostali na Ilha Grande, což je tropický ráj bez aut a nejsou tu take zadne bankomaty.


    Ilha Grande

    A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Jun 05, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    As our ferry approached the island, it looked like there was nothing there apart from dense forest. As we got closer we could see a strip of beach and a few boats - it looked tiny! The place was beautiful though, mountains fading into the misty pink skyline, green water and it was lovely and warm. The four of us headed off to find a hostel, charlie already had one booked so we went with him to try and get in ourselves. The hostel was easily the nicest we've seen ...

    Ille Grande, Brazil

    A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Apr 11, 2014

    3 photos

    ... hostel gave us directions and asked if we want to book a tour and we're like, tour shmour. It was a 6 km walk to the top. 5 minutes in and Steve pulles out. Smart man. The guy said after about 20 minutes there will be a sign to turn off the main road. It had been about 1 hr and a half and there was still no sign. The only sign we got was the road going down hill, **** we've must of missed it. But thanks to Joe Dirt we "kept on keeping on" and got further and further away ...

    Jungle Cramps!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Feb 17, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... like some demented stick insect,mouth open silently shouting obscenities.I was downing diorolyte fluid replacement salts by the half litre and eventually like an unbuckled contortionist I began to settle,however I know that I will be jumping up in the middle of the night at some point as a second wave hits.
    So,if you want my advice? Don't go on a 17km hike in a green sweat-box and think it will be all tea and cakes at the end,it was bloody hard work, but the memory is en grained!


    Ilha Grande and Paraty

    A travel blog entry by lucie_and_ian on Dec 07, 2013

    40 photos

    ... from the time they can walk. After 5 days on the island we took the boat back to the mainland and continued our journey down the coast to Paraty. This small colonial fishing village is the home of cachaca - the base behind Caipirinhas. We made the most of this and enjoyed several as we wandered the most uneven cobbled streets I've ever seen (and that was before drinking!). As the weather was ...