Pousada do Ouro

R. Dr. Pereira 145, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, 23970-000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on R. Dr. Pereira 145, Paraty, is near Paraty Bay, Shambhala Asian Day Spa, and Academia de Cozinha & Outros Prazeres (Academy of Cooking and Other Pleasures).
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Paraty

    Beginning of the end...

    A travel blog entry by jonbw on Apr 21, 2010

    5 photos

    It was with some regret that I left Rio - I've liked every city I've visited over the last few months (with the notable exception of San Jose) but Rio really is very special. Definitely my favourite. At lunchtime I jumped into a crowded coach full of teenage backpackers who were just starting a 3 month trip that included Brazil, Argentina, Chile …

    It didn't go to plan...

    A travel blog entry by caroline_harris on Jan 09, 2014

    ... it that evening were slim, very slim.

    Someone must know a man with a boat, who was willing to drive an hour across the ocean in the pitch black at 9pm to get us to the island? After a number of emails, we found someone, we weren't sure who, and couldn't find where to meet them. I was ready to give up, but Gareth was adamant that this could happen. And it did. For a price of 200 BRL (just over £50) a man with a huge tour boat arrived to collect just the two of us from ...

    Into Brazil

    A travel blog entry by kezandstevie on Jan 24, 2013

    2 comments, 54 photos

    ... left the studying of the guide book a little late to really know where to start but figured we’d pick it up as we go along. Starting in Foz do Iguazu, then, seemed a logical choice, and we were able to see the falls again from a completely different perspective.
    It must be seen from both sides. There’s photo’s from both. They don’t do it justice. We actually preferred the experience from the Brazilian side because there was more space, less people, ...

    A Taste of Colonial Brazil

    A travel blog entry by neil_mel on Sep 07, 2012

    42 photos

    ... whose sole job is to play the triangle!!!!!!!!!!! I thought that was a little weird, when I was at school it was always the kid who had no musical talent or rhythm who got given the triangle to play, but apparently here it is a very specialist job, vital to the music, and people can tell when your playing it wrong. Still that wasn´t the strangest site on the stage..........that had to go to the elderly lady who´s role in ...

    Sun, sea and caipirinhas

    A travel blog entry by suehitchcock on Sep 20, 2011

    ... in the 1700s its perfect bay was a busy port during the gold rush. Its bay has over 65 tropical islands and the water is always warm enough for swimming and snorkelling.

    We went for a walk around the town, a busy bustling place with large stone cobbles, a bit like Pompeii and just as uneven. Not a good place for high heels! We all met up at 7.00pm for something to eat, the town looks pretty at night with most eating places having live or ...