Pousada Laguna

Avenida Costa Carneiro, 101, Cabo Frio, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28908, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Avenida Costa Carneiro, 101, 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

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    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

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    ... by then so we didn't see too much but we got glimpses of the city spread out below us. The favela was interesting. I didn't actually want to go because it was a bit too much of a human zoo, but in the end the tour was going and it was easier to just stay with it. It's not a slum in the way I expected. There's electricity, water and proper housing, although I think it's very heavily populated so, let's face it, 10 people in one room is always going to ...

    Jumping off a cliff!

    A travel blog entry by emanddave on Aug 19, 2006

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    ... for a while to wait for Dave (he was too scared to go first obviously) but cloud had come in quite a lot so he had to wait on the take off platform for it to be ok again. He did eventually take off about 20 mins later but was in semi-cloud but soon disappeared. He landed fine and we were all happy to be in one piece! Thoroughly recommend it was great. After that headed home and went straight out into town (which is ...

    Rio

    A travel blog entry by jbs on Mar 20, 2006

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    ... is nuts on a grand scale. No one pays taxes or for water or electricity as they are all stolen. If one person buys cable tv the whole Favela will have it. Theres roughly 300,000 people in just this one Favela which is about the population of Canberra squeezed into a third of the size (thats a lot of stolen cable). The power lines and plumbing in the place are just mind blowing (Check out the photo of the power lines). When people ...

    City of god

    A travel blog entry by ilovemonkeys on Feb 24, 2006

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    ... were staying at the hotel with were robbed at gunpoint by an 8 year old at 7pm on the busy main street of copacabana. that's the thing, it's not a matter of just "don't go out alone" or "don't go down that street", you could be robbed anywhere. like i said i have been lucky, i have been pick-pocketed once, in the middle of a street party, but that was my fault, and i didn't lose much. ok, what about carnaval?! wow, what ...