Parque Hotel Pereque
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Parque Hotel Pereque
TripAdvisor Reviews Parque Hotel Pereque Paraty
Travel Blogs from Paraty
... br> become fond of since hitting South America, this was going great until another
G Adventures group returned from a booze cruise and tried to wake the dead (we
would get the last laugh though), this was also one of our optional activities
for the next day which was encouraging.
Sleep over we ventured out again into the much cooler climes
to pick up some supplies, firstly some sunscreen with a factor higher than 2
and secondly but no less importantly some ...
... doorways and windows the streets look essentially the same as each other.
Having picked up a few beers we headed back to the hostel by mid afternoon. I found a hammock and cracked into my book "I am Pilgrim". It's pretty engrossing and a set up above what I've recently read. When the sun went down we headed back into town for a look around at night. There is a photography festival on in the town at the moment but the leccture type things in ...
... It wasn't too crowded which was good and it was such a cool view from Machu Picchu and I'm really happy we got to see the city from that perspective. It was a lot further from the actual city than I thought it was. It took us about another 25 minutes to walk from the Sun Gate to the actual city of Machu Picchu. It was pretty crowded when we got down there but we were able to take some good pictures and get one last stamp on our ...
We woke following a very heavy night and headed straight to KFC for a couple of much needed burgers before making our way on Rio's metro system over to Copacabana. Rio and especially Copacabana was overridden with Argentines, the Germans were greatly outnumbered in the streets leading to the beach; in fact most of the German shirts we saw were being worn by Brazilians, desperate for their greatest rivals not to win the World Cup in their own backyard.
... a nice guy until we got there and he tried to charge us R$150 when his meter clearly said R$43!! After an animated discussion we gave him 50 and told him to go forth and multiply. The walk up was amazing, so steep and through dense forest taking about 45mins but soon worth it for the view at the top, only the pictures will do it justice! The way down was much easier until we got to where we'd been dropped off a ...