Parque Hotel Pereque

Av. Otavio Gama 390, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, 23970000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Otavio Gama 390, Paraty, is near Fort of Duque de Caxias, Rio Dulce, El Mirador, and Palacio da Ilha Fiscal.
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    Travel Blogs from Paraty

    Paraty - My Favorite in Brazil

    A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Apr 01, 2014

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    ... it's just a few doors away from my AirBnB place! Convenient! He gave me a discount given I've done the tours with them: for only 80 reales (instead of 95), I got a decent place in a bed and breakfast.

    I still wanted to do the Trindade tour, and again as luck would have it, the other couple in my waterfall tour overheard me talking to Russ, and said they wanted to do it. Now that we have met the minimum number of travellers, we're going ahead!

    Rioting in Rio

    A travel blog entry by filipmontberg on Feb 27, 2014

    43 photos

    ... middle aged women that were dancing the whole evening until they almost drowned in sweat who were sooo good, their legs moved so quickly it wasn't even funny and they out shined nearly everyone out there except their daughter (I assume...) who was maybe 14 or 15. I have never really experienced an atmosphere with so much team spirit and liveliness in the air. Everyone is so happy and excited, I was literally smiling the whole time and I can't ...


    A travel blog entry by charlotte.cooke on Feb 20, 2014

    5 photos

    After Sao Paolo and before Rio Carnival all I've wanted to do is hang out on the beach and recoup / conserve my energy. So I headed first to a place called Paraty to do just that. Paraty is a beautiful colonial town on the beach, a 6 hour bus ride away from Sao Paolo. On the bus I met a Dutch guy called Stephan who was staying on the same street as me (on the beach, literally). He had some other british friends ...

    Rio's Favelas

    A travel blog entry by burkley on Jan 02, 2014

    14 photos

    ... to a region well accustomed to torrential rain. Some of the more poorly constructed homes are clearly slipping down the hill and following gravity much of the rubbish and sewage is in the bottom third. Clearly, steps are being taken but the people of the favela have mixed opinions about their futures. Provided Brazilians love sport they are all excited to be hosting the World Cup and the Olympics but struggle to prioritise with the government. Recently the ...


    A travel blog entry by jackcox on Nov 16, 2013

    ... still controls it. We were advised not to wear anything red just in case '**** got real.' Many of the buildings were pretty run down as you could expect but the school itself was a great place. Rob called it the one beacon of hope for people in that community. Education, Education, Education etc...

    The kids were so cool. Even though we couldn't speak any portuguese, for four days they were happy just to come up to ask and talk ...