Pousada Arte Urquijo

Address: Rua Dona Geralda, 79, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Paraty

      "Welcome to Paradise!"...

      A travel blog entry by lucyandhayley on Aug 22, 2014

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      ... in a nearby store- we will go back tomorrow to make some purchases! As it was dark we couldn't see much and most of our attention was spent navigating over the giant cobbles. We were thrown at one point when Tim shouted, "I've broken my thong!". I thought it was a bit of an unnecessary, personal declaration until I realise he was an Aussie and was talking about his flipflop! Everyday we have to hear the English language butchered by these people ;) The highlight of the ...


      A travel blog entry by blake.tom on Jun 29, 2014

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      ... Henrik and Eric for the final time before they return to Sweden. We arrive at our hostel only to find the electricity on the whole island is out. Not a great start, but not a problem. I ask for room 103 (the Swedish guys say it is the best room) and am led through the now candle lit hallway to the room. The view is amazing. The room is the only one in the hostel with a balcony and the hostel backs onto the sea so the view is of the main bay. Some places on the island ...

      Paraty, Brazil

      A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Apr 09, 2014

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      ... t alone. Bed bugs, ****en bed bugs. Most tourist we talk to say "do you speak any other language besides English?" And we're like "na". Then they pull this face like, 'oooo **** your ******'. Most of the time we use our own sign language. But Steve uses the same actions for different words, funny ****. Note to self: if they don't speak English, no matter how slow you say each word - they still won't get it. Day 10- Went for a bike ride to the beach. After 10 minutes ...

      Cobblestones, falls and beaches.

      A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Mar 09, 2014

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      ... and the local boys were all ´surfing´ it, using only their feet which must have taken incredible skill and coordination! I didn´t risk it...I cracked my head once anyway and didn´t want to potentially ruin the rest of the trip by acquiring brain damage. We caught a combi (van) back into town which was much easier than the bus and the same price.

      We walked into the old colonial part of town for dinner, saw mass at a fantastic old church, perused local wares, ...

      Pretty Paraty 12/9/13-15/9/13 days 11-14

      A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Sep 12, 2013

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      ... was fried to have a crispy coating. It was really delicious if perhaps a little salty which we have since discovered features readily in Brazilian food. The plaza’s come to life in an evening with lots of music and people walking around, others who were selling from stalls. We enjoyed walking off our meal with a walk around the plaza’s and cobblestone streets, taking in the sights by night. The following day we spent the day ...