Pousada Praia da Hipica

Address: Alameda das Bromelias, S/N, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28950-000, Brazil | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Alameda das Bromelias, S/N, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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      Travel Blogs from Buzios

      Caiprihina´s should come with a health warning

      A travel blog entry by shesaidyes on Oct 01, 2011

      8 photos

      Hello again!

      Itīs been a couple of days since our last post and what a couple of days they have been. Itīs been very emotional and we have learnt our first lessons about travelling.

      The first lesson is that caiprihinaīs (which I struggle to say never mind spell) should come with a health warning. Seriously they are lethal.

      On Wednesday, we got the train up to Christ the Redeemer ...

      Argentina?

      A travel blog entry by senorbrian on Feb 13, 2009

      So i always knew spanish would help me in brazil jaja and it really did it seems everyone in buzios is from latin america with very few brazilian or gringo tourists, the majority of the people here are argentine... even the people working in the stores in restaurents, and as you~d guess with such a heavy argentine tourist market everyone speaks spanish much more then english, so i finnally felt like i was at home. buzios is a cool like fishing village still ...

      Rio - the city of extremes!

      A travel blog entry by alianddavid on Apr 06, 2007

      ... quite having the best attire for the beach we did our best to fit with the locals and bought ourselves a pair of Havaiana flip flops. We were lucky to be in Rio for the Easter weekend which meant that for our first 3 days the beaches were packed with people and lots of atmosphere. We spent the afternoon exploring, walking the length of Copacabana beach, and part of Ipanema beach. There was plenty to keep us occupied, some of the best 'people ...

      Hectic begginings Rio Carnival!

      A travel blog entry by salsals on Feb 14, 2007

      6 comments, 21 photos

      ... the football match derby between Vasco and Flumensa! Very excited, think its going to be mental. As long as I dont get gassed like I did at the Fiorentina game in Florence I will be happy. Also, completely unrelated, there is a girl staying in the same hostel as me that I really thought I recognised but couldnt place it. Then on the boat yesterday I asked her if she went to Alton College and it turned out we had Art together for 2 ...

      The Flood

      A travel blog entry by athena on Jan 18, 2007

      ... room. I kept calling the real estate place I rented my apartment from trying to get them to do something about my leakage problem (the last straw was when on Thursday morning at 6 AM, I awoke to water dripping on my face) and they just kept telling me that every house in Macaé was leaking because no roof could withstand the kind of rains we were experiencing. Well, I didn't like that answer. So, I called the owner of the property. They were baffled at my ...