Praia Serena Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Praia Serena Inn Paraty
Travel Blogs from Paraty
... it looked dark, cramped and questionable but we were only here 3 nights and we both can cope with hostels (even though this was supposedly a hotel). Our brave face slipped as we explored the room. We discovered: 1. The toilet did not flush and the loo could only be cleared by using the bathroom bin to throw shower water down. 2. The shower itself had one tap- a cold one. 3.The water pressure was next to nil meaning that showering and now toilet flusing was ...
... some amazing fishes and other water creatures. It is a perfect day! The next day we take the car and drive up to some beaches somebody recommended to us. Praia de sono is only to be reached after a hike through the pretty Atlantic forest which is extremely humid and takes over an hour but we have fun company of a little crazy dog which makes the hike up and down a bit easier! The view when we arrive is amazing! A long pure white ...
... we caught our boat out to the islands for the day.. The weather was unfortunately not great however we still had an awesome day on the boat and as usual possibly a few too many cold beers! Upon our return to the hotel on Monday evening we all headed out for a nice dinner and to a few bars in the old town plaza square which was fun and not too late an evening. We left Paraty on Tuesday early morning and made ...
... the way home it seemed karmic in many ways! Must admit he took the fact that both Chris and I and the guide found this hilarious, remarkably well. We swam around one island where we stopped, and paddled through some mangroves where there were lots of birds, and hundreds of crabs who alarmingly climbed the trees that hung over the water. I had never been kayaking before and I really enjoyed it, although my arms and shoulders ...
... songs were very uplifting - nothing like the dreary hymns we sang at school - and everyone was waving arms and joining in. After the service, the priest was saying goodbye to everyone individually with lots of hugs, leading us to speculate what would happen to a priest in the UK who tried to hug a teenager. It was really touching to see such a dignified expression of faith, and to see someone genuinely respected by the entire ...