Pousada Santorini

Address: Rua 9 - Lote 38, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua 9 - Lote 38, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      R & R

      A travel blog entry by couillard on Sep 07, 2013

      9 photos

      ... and I forgot to take pictures since I was distributing the gifts. Lots of reading and relaxing on the Beach but the water was way too cold to go in it. The daily temperature was a decent 26 degrees during the day with lots is sunshine and no ...

      Diving in beautiful Buzios!

      A travel blog entry by richandsharon on Jan 20, 2011

      3 photos

      ... boat approached with a local chap offering fresh king prawns on a skewer or ice cream... Even in the ocean you can get anything you need!

      Back on land, we jump on the bus to take us back to Copacabana to finish the day at our local beach bar on Ipenema beach. As we take in the view, its then we realise the adventure of South America is nearly over...

      We really don't want this journey to end.... ...

      Another fight

      A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Dec 02, 2007

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... my mom used to play tambourine in a band and I guarantee she didnīt know what she was doing, MOM - post a sweet comment about your rock n roll days and let us know if you really knew how to play the tambourine and if it mattered or not). The music is very authentic, very traditional and very cool. I grab a beer and sit my ass down on some steps and just chill and take in the surroundings and the pleasant vibe. I donīt really want to ...

      Carnaval, vistas, favelas and goodbyes

      A travel blog entry by smee_elaine on Feb 19, 2007

      30 photos

      ... where Ness and I went into the pretty cold sea and sang Copacabana before running back to the beach! After a brief nap we got ready to go to Sambadrome, my personal highlight of the Rio Carnaval. I met up with the rest of the Moose crew and walked down to the Sambadrome where we found some seats towards the back. We were sat in the last sector so had to wait a while before we got to see anything, but we did get our first glimpse of the ...

      Her name is Rio and Rio was grand

      A travel blog entry by easties on Dec 08, 2006

      7 photos

      ... bar culture, samba culture, pigging out culture just to name three. It would take at least a fortnight to do it justice, and of course this is only when it isn't carnaval time. Goodness knows how the place lights up then. So end of the tourist office plugging, but I guess you can tell - we had fun. Perhaps it helped that there were two couples, that we had met earlier on our travels, there at ...