Nova Villa Tortuga

Address: Av Jose Bento R Dantas, 1120 -, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28.950-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av Jose Bento R Dantas, 1120 -, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      Brazil: Buzios or three days Birthday bash

      A travel blog entry by daria_juergen on Jan 11, 2013

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      ... to Rio de Janeiro where Dasha was waiting with her Mum for the Birthday dinner. We ended up with Eder and his friends celebration my birthday for the rest of the day.

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      Burning Buzios

      A travel blog entry by shawnbuckle on Jun 27, 2009

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      ... where I am able to blend into snow-covered surroundings. In other words, I am a whiteboy who is tormented by the sun when not shielded by three layers of sunblock. On Joao Fernandinho, I ruinously forgot sunblock and Ayu didn't need any since she's straight off the yellow submarine. I baked for hours until I was so burnt I could hardly move. My stomach, back, legs, face were the colour of Clifford. It was a lesson learned.

      New plans-go to Buzios, Inadvertently buy cocaine

      A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Nov 30, 2007


      ... The one girl wants money from us. She needs $20R I think and everyone gives her a $5 + her $5 would be $20. She comes back with 5 beers. What, 5 ******* beers, are you kidding me. Now beers in Brazil are much more expensive then in the US (not in bars, but in stores they are more expensive), but damn, I know they weren´t $4R each. Whatever, what can I do. We go to Patricia´s and I crack open a beer. She has a super nice crib with a swimming pool ...

      The Big Event - Samba Parade

      A travel blog entry by will.traveller on Feb 17, 2007

      ... People were still painting and preparing them. I finally find a local café. I watch as buses drop off lots of participants, some in costume and others with garbage bags of costumes. I had heard that the parades were sold out. I assumed that a scalper, if they existed was my only shot. The cheapest seat in the balcony was supposed to be around $100. Maybe I could get it for $200. I show up way in advance of most. I quickly get approached for a balcony seat for $25. I hide ...

      Os Rapazes Perdidos

      A travel blog entry by jazzkat6 on Nov 08, 2006

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      ... weekend, two Hammocks hung lazily over the dance floor. All this overlooked a beautiful Rainforest and further on to the coastline of the Barra district. Wild tropical fruit trees (Bananas, Coconuts,Mangos...just to name a few) surrounded the property while wild monkeys jumped through the trees and ducks and Geese played below in the small pond that Cacau's father built. It was perfect. As Carlinho and I attempted to come to grips with our good fortune, Ana began ...