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 Geriba Beach, Playas de Buzios, Ferradura Beach, and Brigitte Bardot Statue.
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      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      Days 4 to 12 - Buzios

      A travel blog entry by craigandkate on Aug 06, 2013

      6 photos

      ... closed, it being the middle of winter at all. NOTE: The 25'C sunshine all day had made us very happy to be here in winter rather than the summer where temperatures are more like 35'C. Our grand choices for dinner were the hotel (Kate said no, it is obligatory to go and explore), two bars with plastic chairs, only men and giant screen TVs blaring out football (Craig said YES...) or an empty little garden restaurant. The garden restaurant was lovely and did a cheap caipirinha. Our meat ...

      Finally some surf!!

      A travel blog entry by lockira on Feb 18, 2010

      12 photos

      ... had a surf for about 9 months. The water was a perfect temperature and crystal clear so I had a great time and even gave Kira a few laughs when I face planted on a few waves!

      They also have beach buggies for hire so we jumped at the chance to head off around the local beaches. Great day even though you can't go over 40kms an hour due to speed cameras everywhere (I felt like I was back ...

      The greatest day of my life - I eat cereal

      A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Dec 01, 2007

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... but close enough that she understands). She says yes and then I say "Eu sol Americano" (I am American), pretty weak line, but with Portuguese and my feeble mind my options are limited. She actually doesn┤t seem too in to me at first so I go get another beer at the bar and then she comes over and starts talking to me. She speaks no English which sucks, but I┤m used to it by now. I end up dancing with her and trying to get in good ...

      6 days!

      A travel blog entry by athena on Nov 13, 2006

      ... I have never felt so frustrated, defeated, depressed or angry. I had a serious moment where I had the urge to say 'Screw Brazil, I'm moving to China (or some place like that)!' Internet is so important to me. I use it to keep in touch with my family and friends back in Canada (and elsewhere in the world), I need it to job hunt and send out emails and communicate with companies and stuff. Being without internet was killing me. Especially since I have no TV ...

      First day in the Cidade Maravilhosa

      A travel blog entry by tenetsi on Jul 10, 2006

      7 photos

      ... a bit frightening and intimidating, hectic and tiring. Language caused a bit of stress and our body and mind was really not yet accepted their location. So we took small steps to get a feeling of this so different to home place. We anyway survived this day when the risks to be robbed or bumped by a car are the biggest. Worst thing is to go to have an adventure in unknown neighborhoods having a bad jet lag. During this day we spent money for food, drinks and transportation 41 € in ...