Pousada do Principe
Travel Blogs from Paraty
I had a really lazy day yesterday-using the poor weather as an excuse and also feeling my legs and skin deserved the day off for their outstanding heroics the previous day.I spent the day couped up like a battery chicken,in my room.I only ventured out to buy some crisps from the local shop.The power was still out on the island,so at breakfast I …
Paraty is said to be the prettiest colonial town in the whole of Brazil.The entire historic center has been declared a national monument and is also a world UNESCO site and protected against other building works taking place within it. Understandably it is a huge tourist draw,not just for foreigners but for Brazilians too who come to look at its …
Colonial town, deserted island beaches, deliciously warm water, snorkeling paradise, old church, palm trees, shops and bars, bright sun.
But first, we had to get there. The bus ride from Rio to Paraty is around four hours long. A very long four hours if your driver is a bit crazy. But we arrived in one piece. The hotel was very nice and …
Samandkate stayed here on Feb 26, 2011 during their trip titled: Samandkate's Great Adventure.
... it now). I am not sure how badly we were dancing but later on in the evening some Brazilian girls took pity on us and proceeded to show us how the locals do it!! In return, I showed them how to do a guitar with their leg and dance - they were impressed and I am pleased I have made my mark on Brazil!! I chatted to one of them and it turns out she lived in Brighton for a few years - very small world!!
The next day we went on a boat trip visiting ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Nice plain but functional pousada,very close to historical centre,has a swimming pool and nice outside seating area.
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