Pousada Porto Canal

Av. dos Arpoes, 16, Cabo Frio, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Inn
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This inn is located on Av. dos Arpoes, 16, Cabo Frio.
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    Easter Weekend at the seaside!

    A travel blog entry by victoriaplum on Apr 02, 2010

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    ... The narrow cobblestone streets and picturesque waterfront give the place a Mediterranean touch and contribute to its image as the ´St Tropez´ of Brazil. Whilst there we hired a boat between the 9 of us for 2.5 hours to do some snorkeling and swimming in the surrounding bays and then walked along the beach front at sunset before heading back to Cabo for the evening.

    Saturday night was a great night out in Cabo Frio at a club called ´Eleven´. We had drinks ...

    Rio, Carnival and the whole big party!

    A travel blog entry by mattandsasha on Feb 20, 2007


    ... a Carnival ball at a local football club. It was great! Again we'd been warned about it but actually it was fine. The place was packed with about 3,500 people of all genders (there are more than 2 in Rio!) and we danced and partied into the small hours of the morning. The following day we went to see a football match at the Maracana. Matt really wanted to go and I went along for the experience. Thankfully it wasn't full as the Lonely Planet warns of ...

    Jumping off a cliff!

    A travel blog entry by emanddave on Aug 19, 2006

    12 photos

    ... All flavoured with onions and coriander. We were stuffed and had only ordered one portion between us and had to take the rest home! Walked down through Santa Teresa and to the Monastery which was sadly closed for renovation. Got some pics of the nice viaduct that we got the tram over and then got the bus home. Chilled out in front of the telly with our leftovers. Was great to watch ****** American crime programmes and in ...


    A travel blog entry by jbs on Mar 20, 2006

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    ... in the Favelas are poor because its a slum. Not even close. A lot of the residents are actually quite wealthy. Imagine having a normal 9 to 5 job and not having to pay rates or taxes. Families will sometimes move to the Favela to save for a new house etc. There is also the misconception that the Favela is an unsafe place to live. Not close. The Favela is usually a safer place to live than in the city as it is completely run by ...

    City of god

    A travel blog entry by ilovemonkeys on Feb 24, 2006

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    ... you are, that they love you, want to dance with you, or just go straight in for a pash. it's a total crack up! and PDA is perfectly acceptable here. people get pretty hot and heavy in very public places... this is very hard for me to get used to but "when in rome..."! ;-) we went to the sambodromo for the samba school competition parade on sunday night (this is the MAIN EVENT of carnaval and pretty much what ...