Hotel & Spa Laje de Itauna

Avenida Oceanica, 1.900, Saquarema, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28990000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Oceanica, 1.900, Saquarema.
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    Travel Blogs from Saquarema

    The gringo of Saquarema

    A travel blog entry by nlakelly on Jan 07, 2013

    1 photo

    ... my surprise, I loved it and have consumed one just about everyday since. I also tried what's been aptly labelled a caipafruta. Yep you guessed it from the same family as the caipirinha or capiavodka, this cocktail was a mix of vodka, sugar, your choice of fruit juice (I went for maracuya or passionfruit) and (oddly) condensed milk. I usually hate milky cocktails but this went down like a milkshake, fortunately my daily budget didn't allow for me to get too into ...

    No room at the Inn

    A travel blog entry by trudells on Apr 20, 2010

    14 photos

    ... I have never felt so unbothered, laid back and relaxed as I do here.

    How annoyed am I that I didnīt take my camera down to film Matt surfing this morning. The waves were excellent and I struggled to read any of my book. So he went back out in the afternoon (after mussels by the beach in a little cafe), and I had the camera poised and ready, but the waves just werenīt as good. Still maybe I can get some cool stuff in Florionapolis. Matt meets a girl in ...

    Nice town, shame about the hostel

    A travel blog entry by cookage on Dec 23, 2008

    ... instead of attempting Portuguese). It was really, really, really good pizza, and we figured in our two weeks in Saquarema we might be back there once or twice. The next day when we went to use the bathroom, we discovered more issues and started to regret having booked in for 12 nights. Without going in to too much detail, it was disgusting. You know how a shower curtain starts to grow mould after a while if it doesn't get dried properly? The entire bottom half of ...

    The Death Train, Iguazu, B.A. and Rio

    A travel blog entry by jamesharrison on Aug 23, 2008

    ... managed to spy a couple of armadillos! Bonito Next up was to head to Bonito! A very chilled place south of the Pantanal in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul. We had a great time here and visited a pretty amazing cave called the Laguna Azul as well as tubing down a river and relaxing by the pool. Our next destination was Iguazu!! Iguazu Falls Getting from Bonito to Iguazu, was on paper, a very easy and pain-free journey. In reality however, ...

    Rio, Rio, Rio

    A travel blog entry by geoffmean on Apr 22, 2007

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... to people who had either just gone out and done things on their own, or hired independant tour companies instead. They saved a lot of money, so if you're ever in Rio, go for that. That's really the only complaint I have though, the rest was awesome. Rio is a city where something is always going on, and it's easy to get sucked in. More to come, but here are some pictures for now. ...