Azeda Boutique Hotel

Address: Rua Joao Fernandes 101, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28950 -000, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Rua Joao Fernandes 101, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      Buzios - A Jewel Amongst The Rabble of Rio

      A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 06, 2014

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      ... cove and I somehow understood he was asking if I'd like a swim. Is the pope a catholic? Of course I did! It was wonderful and so refreshing. Getting back into the boat was another matter - climbing up a slippery stainless steel ladder - I was no graceful swan :-S

      In my short stay in Buzios I managed to do all the things I'd come to do and see, so left there feeling happy and grateful. Back on the coach for the three hour ride to the airport and my nearby ...

      Taking it easy

      A travel blog entry by themackdaddy on Mar 13, 2011

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      ... up before the others and decided to join a couple of fellow backpackers down to the beach. This is what I was here for. There are over a dozen beaches around the peninsula of Buzios and the local one is only a short 5 minute walk, but it is quite spectacular. We stayed down there for a couple of hours going into the water twice. There is quite a strong current, but still enough to catch a few waves. By the afternoon it was time to leave ...

      What the Faq

      A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Dec 03, 2007

      ... a concrete inclosed soccer field. I canīt think of anything cooler to do then kick a ball at a goal by myself. Really? This is what I want to do, hmmm? I suck. So I buy a bunch of food, juice, milk and like 5 boxes of cereal. I buy the cheapest soccer ball in the world and I end up making like 8 goals in about 45 minutes. And remember, this is with no defenders or goalies. Dude, I blow. This ends up being the ...

      Carnaval, vistas, favelas and goodbyes

      A travel blog entry by smee_elaine on Feb 19, 2007

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      ... and Copacabana before reaching Sugar Loaf Mountain. We took the cable cars up to the top and took in the view which was fairly spectacular, although sadly obscured at times by the cloud that drifted across. Next we drove up to Corcovado and took an escalator (!) up to see the statue of Christ the Redeemer, or at least most of it because unfortunately his head was obscured by cloud for most of the time we were up there. The views of the ...

      Things you can buy in Rio

      A travel blog entry by riogirls on Dec 14, 2006

      ... all over the place, a ton & a half in the club district--some of them the people wear masks or have drive in capacity where ppl can pull their car in all the way to their rooms & a door closes behind it.......I wouldn~t say cariocas are the most faithful breed I have come accross...and I also wouldn~t say they are the biggest prudes I have met either hahaha quite the opposite...hence the motels... that~s it for today, xoxoox eve ...