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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... museum. Line up with everyone else and finally get through the doors to see that there is another line to get into the museum proper. Time to go somewhere else. Anyway we spent a relaxing day and then time for dinner. Found this restaurant with some of the best meat I have ever had (spent the next 3 nights there as well). Great food and good service. The Hells Angles must have had a convention in Buenos Aires over Easter. We saw patches (don't ...
... it happen but fairplay to Aimz her only doubts were to gesture to her legs and say in Spanish that accidents happen to her, she's not very lucky. We survived the impromptu spectacular and headed back to the hostel to meet the others for dinner. Dinner consisted of some of the biggest portions I have ever seen. We could have ordered half of what we had and it still would have been tough to finish it despite my best efforts. On our wet weather ...
... and never had it before on the BBQ! Bed early for us all.
Day 12: Breakfast on the beach with fantastic views. Claire and I went over in our pjs much to Patricks disgust saying 'you'll be like the oul ones from town!' We decided to go kayaking for the day. Sophie was our guide and we had a great day, went to a private beach, a tunnel in a flooded forest (felt like Pocahontas!), had ...
... boat. With the Paraty Beach Hostel being located on the town´s main beach, Praia do Pontal, it made getting to the boat very convenient. The boat was a good mix of people: two English girls, two Argentine girls, and the two Argentine guys who worked at the hostel. We drove out to various islands and private beaches where we could jump out for a quick swim. The whole day we ...
... Aires to Puerto Iguazu (Iguazu town).
Just to give you some background, the people who lift your luggage onto a bus in Argentina ask you for tips. That’s a tip for piling bags into a bus. Just to clarify the process: I take my luggage to the bus, I queue amongst all the other sweaty travelers, I put my bag on the dirty floor at the back of the bus, where a guy puts a numbered tag on it, gives me the other half of the tag, and throws my luggage unceremoniously under ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center