Pousada Nilceia

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

Buzios - Beaches Galore

A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Jan 06, 2015

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... to the brim. After 3 hrs of trying we decided to walk which took an hour. So hot and sweaty with our packs on but probably a much needed workout also. We were told traffic would probably be like that for the next few days so we decided to avoid centre until then.

First day we headed to Geriba beach which is the most famous in Buzios. It was only a 15min walk from the hostel so perfect location. We sorted a chilly bin with ice and drinks and headed off. ...

Buzios or Boozey-YO

A travel blog entry by engine_newyear on Apr 22, 2011

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... dad also works there.) We had already organized accommodations but after listening to Bianca, we are persuaded to check out a cheaper place which is closer to town.

Bianca who is shy about her English, for no reason might I add, calls her sister as we walk to the hostel. Just before we arrive at the hostel we are greeted by another pretty Brazilian girl, Luana who's english is impeccable. She goes on to tell us she was a ballerina that spent a lot of time in ...

Chicks look better from behind here

A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Dec 07, 2007

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... they can afford them. But the funny thing is a lot of people wear shorts with socks and tennis shoes, in a club, it looks retarded. I at least have on jeans. I want to make fun of them to their faces but I don't have the words in Portuguese to do it, so I make fun of them behind their backs in English. So, I'm dancing with the chicas (dude, I dance more here in one week then I do in a year back home, but that's Brazil) and I end ...

Rio by the Sea-o

A travel blog entry by sam_sandro on Mar 01, 2007

... belief of mine that if Hell exists, it is one big fiery bus station whose buses go only to heaven, but never actually arrive at the bus station to pick you up). The last of our series of busses landed us in Copa Cabana, a beach-side neighborhood that's much safer than those near the center of town, and not as expensive as posh Ipanema (of 'Girl from Ipanema' fame). We ended up being in Rio for only a couple of days and, like ...


A travel blog entry by desertedisland on Dec 15, 2006

... about Brazil in general and Rio de Janeiro in particular. I wasnŽt too worried about me but would find it hard to live with myself if anything happened to Sandra. Before IŽd left IŽd been talking to a mate whoŽd spent a fair bit of time here and heŽd been telling me stories to make your hair curl. It had reached the point that I was seriously thinking that we should just get a cheap flight to Argentina or Belize or somewhere. So Rio de Janeiro was really quite a ...

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