Brazzil Forum
Message Board
» back to brazzil.com
Register | Profile | Log-in | Lost Password | Active Users | Help | Search

» Welcome Brazzil: Log out | Messenger | Check New Posts | Mark all posts as read

    Brazzil Forum
    Culture
        Floripa
Mark all forum posts as read   [ help ]
» Welcome to Culture «

Topic Jump
<< Back Next >>
Single Page for this topic
Forum moderated by: No One
 

 
Adam


Junior Member
   
I have a credit with Varig and am thinking of flying to Floripa for a few weeks in April, but I dont know much about it. Ive read there are a good amount of germans/italians. If I go, what should I see there? what is the nightlife like? Any info would help, thanks.

-----
Tchau

Total Posts: 64 | Joined Dec. 2002 | Posted on: 7:20 pm on Jan. 20, 2003 | IP
Loco


Newbie
   

  Live in Floripa is a dream for many brazilians, its a calm city, with beautifull beaches, not dangerous, pretty girls and people from everywhere of Brazil visiting the city in the summer.

 You will find many paulistas, gaśchos and argentineans there.

The people is really cool, I used to live near Floripa, go there if you can.


Total Posts: 16 | Joined Jan. 2003 | Posted on: 10:22 pm on Jan. 20, 2003 | IP
Adam


Junior Member
   
Obrigado Loco, my first choice used to be Rj, but Ive been getting into the nordeste lately. I may go to Olinda and the surrounding areas, but a ticket there is more expensive than one to Rj. Floripa is my next choice. Where do the younger crowds gather? and what can you suggest for a 21yr old?  

-----
Tchau

Total Posts: 64 | Joined Dec. 2002 | Posted on: 12:45 pm on Jan. 21, 2003 | IP
BRENT


Newbie
   
It's spelled "Florida."


Total Posts: 22 | Joined Jan. 2003 | Posted on: 12:59 pm on Jan. 21, 2003 | IP
fernandobn


Junior Member
   
Just as an information Floripa instead of Florida. Floripa is the nickname of Florianopolis city in the Santa Catarina state in Brazil.

-----
Fernando B.

Total Posts: 55 | Joined Dec. 2002 | Posted on: 3:58 pm on Jan. 21, 2003 | IP
Rene Hass


Newbie
   
Adam, just as Fernandobn said above, FloriPa (and not FloriDa) as Brent wrongly suggest) is what people affectionately call the city of Florianopolis. I guess that somebody who's 21 would love to go the breathtaking beaches all along the coastline of the island of Santa Catarina, which is where Floripa is. My suggestion is that you go to the beaches such as Mole, Lagoinha and Pantano do Sul. Avoid Jurere because of the tourists. Too many of them. Too many Argentinians. Nothing against Argentinians. It's just that they crowd in the beach and it seems as if it weren't in Brazil. And I guess you would want to enjoy Brazil, wouldn't you?
Have a nice stay in Brazil.

-----
Rene Hass

Total Posts: 8 | Joined Jan. 2003 | Posted on: 12:47 pm on Jan. 22, 2003 | IP
Patinho



Junior Member
   
Adam.. interested in the Nordeste huh? Alright!!! (LOL)

-----
"Quem quer viver faz magica"
--Guimaraes Rosa

Total Posts: 67 | Joined Dec. 2002 | Posted on: 4:01 pm on Jan. 22, 2003 | IP
BRENT


Newbie
   

Quote: from fernandobn on 3:58 pm on Jan. 21, 2003
Just as an information Floripa instead of Florida. Floripa is the nickname of Florianopolis city in the Santa Catarina state in Brazil.



Oops. My bad.


Total Posts: 22 | Joined Jan. 2003 | Posted on: 2:42 pm on Jan. 29, 2003 | IP
 

Topic Jump
<< Back Next >>
Single Page for this topic

Topic Options: Lock topic | Edit topic | Unlock topic | Delete topic | Move topic

© 2003 Brazzil | Our Privacy Statement

Powered by Ikonboard 2.1.9 Beta
© 2001 Ikonboard.com