Tropico de Capricornio

Address: Rua A no 25, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28950 000, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rua A no 25, Buzios, is near Playas de Buzios, Geriba Beach, Ferradura Beach, and Brigitte Bardot Statue.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      And so on to Buzios...

      A travel blog entry by bobjanescott on Oct 23, 2013

      7 photos

      ... Brigitte Bardot was photographed here and ever since Brazilian people have flocked here for holidays principally in their main Summer season of January and February. It is about 100 miles north east of Rio up the coast and is a most attractive town on a peninsula with around 25 beaches close by. Fortunately the overcast conditions of Rio had cleared here and it was very hot this ...

      One of the best beaches I have ever seen ...

      A travel blog entry by cherie9 on Aug 28, 2010

      42 photos

      ... I think it was the last part of the Manguinhos Beach. Nothing great , just walked along side the beach for a bit - and then sat down watching the sea for a while. At around 7 pm decided to have good at a Thai restaurant - OMG what an ambience - amazing - the food was really good too.

      After that, walked towards the city centre - the streets were just amazing - very touristy ofcourse, and I could imagine how busy this place ...

      The greatest day of my life - I eat cereal

      A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Dec 01, 2007

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... normal just in case one of them sees size 13 foot imprints in their previously perfectly laid cement and I need a head start. I get to the grocery store and I FINALLY FIND MILK!!!!!!!!!!!! This was the problem, the milk is just sitting on a shelf in a one liter box as opposed to sitting in a cooling unit in a plastic gallon carton. I think a liter is 1/3 the size of a gallon. So, apparently Brazil doesn┤t like to sell cold milk. ...

      Rio de Janeiro

      A travel blog entry by steveod on Nov 24, 2006

      5 photos

      ... station for our 1.3o bus. Leaving Rios suburbs it was even more apparent how poor these people are. Passing tiny brick shacks with dirt roads around them and kids playing in the streets came as a bit of a wake i]up call as to how lucky we are in Ireland. The bus was so comfortable and consisted basically of reading, listening to our iPods and sleeping. Every ...

      Zona Sul

      A travel blog entry by tenetsi on Jul 12, 2006

      16 photos

      This day we decided to go to Zona Sul. Zona Sul is the southern part of the city separated by a mountain range from the rest of the city. There are the legendary beaches like Ipanema and Copacabana. Cariocas think that this is the only part of the city where something happens. It is the place to be. If you don't live there you should at least spend all your free time there. Well, this is at least what some cariocas living in those districts think. Beach is the most ...