Pousada Magia Verde
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Pousada Magia Verde Paraty
Travel Blogs from Paraty
... travelers between Rio and São Paulo until the late 1800s, when the inner road was opened, along with the abolition of slavery that caused Paraty to be forgotten(our local guide stated there were over four hundred million people used in the slave trade.) However these factors combined helped it preserve its old town as it was in the past.
These days the cobbled streets are filled with churched and colonial ...
... No answer. Please try again, I asked. he tried several times, even walked the street asking if anyone knew my host. Failing all that, he had to leave me. I had my luggage with me, and was just in tears out of frustration while thinking and walking, lugging my suitcase towards an "i" sign. Information. Tourist agency. They were nice to me. They lent me their PC and I e-mailed my host. I told her, if she doesn't hear from me, she'll at ...
... the Brazil luck was on our side and we of course decided to come back later that evening. Thank goodness we were on the ball with paying our debts!
The evening with Yara and Richard Roberts was absolutely lovely. It was a great evening of food, drinks, and learning about some of the different regions of Brazil as well as using food to gain a historical perspective on the country. I am so glad that we were recommended this as it was a very ...
... a local play field, plus a horse or two. You also passed various livestock and many wild flowers. Food: We managed to save a lot of money over these two nights as we cooked our own food. Not by choice but for the fact we couldn't eat out being in the middle of no where, but it ended up being great fun. Beer in one hand, limited cooking crockery and pots in the other hand. First night we made a pasta with local sausage. We are at a loss to what kind of ...
... out (and funnily enough, the chef lived in Tooting for a couple of years!) We’re here for a couple of days, and the first day we meet up with another tour group coming the other way (heading to Rio) and we end up on a caipirinha boat. This is not a high-brow day out – essentially, we head out to a few of the 300 or so islands off Paraty whilst drinking (literally) buckets full of caipirinha. It’s ...