Brasil Nativo Pousada

Address: Rua Florismundo Batista Machado, 90, Cabo Frio, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28907-050, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua Florismundo Batista Machado, 90, Cabo Frio.
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Travel Blogs from Cabo Frio

Rio by the Sea-o

A travel blog entry by sam_sandro on Mar 01, 2007

... parade, both men and women go down to the beach to both strut and admire each others' goods. There are uniforms of course. Men wear tiny squares of fabric that leave nothing to the imagination, which is already reeling from the sight of so much body hair. Women wear the typical brazilian bikini, and a sarong - which acts as your dress to the beach, your beach mat to lay on while you sun yourself, and your towel. Also, there are ...

Rio, Carnival and the whole big party!

A travel blog entry by mattandsasha on Feb 20, 2007


... t be fun. Today we spent the day wandering along the beach. I still can't quite believe I've seen the places that feature so heavily in songs. The whole time we've been here I've had 'Copa, Copacabana' and 'The Girl from Ipanema' going around in my head! They are lovely, too, so earn their singing rights! So tonight we leave for Miami and we're in the States for the next three weeks or so. It'll be nice to be able to walk around and not melt! It's been very hot ...

Last stop

A travel blog entry by pjthompson on Jan 01, 2007

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... stories, but you do get the feeling it could happen anyplace and anytime. It was a fantastic night but the constant rain tended to dampen the mood (although jumping in the sea at midnight did more to dampen Jo and Jessīs clothes - itīs meant to be part of the tradition, but there didnt seem to be too many Brazilians joining them). Itīs easy to see why Rio ...

Jumping off a cliff!

A travel blog entry by emanddave on Aug 19, 2006

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... at weekends) to get the tram into Santa Teresa the oldest district in Rio. Is on a hill with some lovely houses and we wandered around a bit and found a restaurant, Bar do Armaudo which specialises in NE Brazilian food. It was fantastic and possibly best meal have had in Brazil (even better than Churrascarias in my view). Had lovely steak with beans with cheese, farofa (manioc flour) but with olives, nice rice and grilled ...

The town of a thousand parties!

A travel blog entry by eggsontour on Mar 03, 2006

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... went there we groups of people dancing and playing music, sometimes just 10 sometimes thousands! The funniest ones we saw were a group of about 100 who decided to have a party in the middle of a road junction in ipanema regardless of the cars that were trying to force their way through. Also one night when we were down on the beach and it started raining, a good few hundred people ran under a shell petrol station and continued the party there. The salsa rhythm is infectious and ...