Pousada Laguna

Address: Rua dos Atobas, 22, Cabo Frio, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28908-605, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rua dos Atobas, 22, Cabo Frio.
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    Travel Blogs from Cabo Frio

    Easter Weekend at the seaside!

    A travel blog entry by victoriaplum on Apr 02, 2010

    5 photos

    To celebrate the Easter Weekend we all went on a trip to Cabo Frio, a popular coastal resort located about 2 hours drive directly east of the REGUA reserve. We left REGUA early on Friday morning and arrived at Cabo Frio bus station around 11am. The house we rented for the weekend had its own pool and BBQ area, located in a small village called Pero, 10 minutes walk from the beach and a short bus ride away from the centre of Cabo Frio. Friday afternoon was spent exploring the local ...

    Rio, Carnival and the whole big party!

    A travel blog entry by mattandsasha on Feb 20, 2007


    ... of Ipanema and Copacabana being wide, white and stunning. We spent the following day on a massive city tour which took about 10 hours! It took that long to see everything but it was well worth it. We went to the Corcovado (the statue of Christ on the hill), saw the views of the city, then travelled around the central city, then saw the beach at Copacabana, we toured through a favela (slum area - more later) and finished at Sugar Loaf mountain. Sadly it ...

    Rio de Janerio

    A travel blog entry by peteanddee on Sep 20, 2006

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... operators. We decided to do a standard three day Pantanal Tour with Ronny 'Anaconda'. So Ronny arrived at our Hostel at 6.15am the next day and off we went. After catching a bus for 2 hours we boarded an old 4WD for a very bumpy hour long ride into the heart of the Pantanal. We had read that the Pantanal was a wetlands area with the greatest concentration of fauna, so we were a little disappointed when we kept driving past loads of farmland. We arrived at the ...

    Arrive in Rio

    A travel blog entry by danijon on Mar 14, 2006

    5 photos

    ... hammock, turquoise water, white sand and mucho mucho cold beer... not too much to ask for I feel! The local taxi company comprised of a load of blokes pushing wheel barrows with ´TAXI´ written on the side and our transport from the hotel into town was in the form of tractor pulling a trolley with seats! Met a couple of awesome Argentinians called Martin and Celeste whom we proceeded to continue on the drinking very ...

    City of god

    A travel blog entry by ilovemonkeys on Feb 24, 2006

    2 photos

    ... welcoming and kind. the landscape is also magnificent with irrugular mountains arising from white sand beaches and azul waters. the other day we went up corcovado to the statue of christ the redeemer and the vista was breathtaking. this really is the most exquisite location for a city. ok, those are the good parts. the bad part is the crime. it is prevalent, mostly pick-pocketing and robbery. we have been lucky but the 2 ...