Atlantic Towers

Address: 1545 Avenida Oceanica, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40140-131, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1545 Avenida Oceanica, Salvador, is near Historic City Center, Pelourinho, Olodum, and Barra.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Atlantic Towers Salvador

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    Travel Blogs from Salvador

    Bed Collapse

    A travel blog entry by tholdsworth89 on Jul 07, 2014

    ... on top of Jamie as his top bunk bed had collapsed. The entire frame had caved in and separated the two stricken bodies on the bottom bed. After a few seconds it became clear that neither of them were hurt (Jamie had a little scratch on his finger) and Matt began to move his mattress to the floor. How this didn't happen at the Hostel of Terror is beyond me and the incident didn't do anything to improve our opinion of Brazilian construction.

    For the World Cup ...

    The World Cup and Farewell to Bahia...for now ; )

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jun 21, 2014

    36 photos

    ... and had arrived at Posada Esmeralda by 10 am.

    As we walked in, Nathalie and Marco greeted us along with a crowd of folks who were either just finishing up breakfast or already prepping for the game. We had returned to World Cup mayhem and Salvador was full of Futbol crazed fans, today's game attracting the Swiss and the French in particular. Nathalie served us her finest breakfast, the second breakfast for us that day, but we could not pass it up! We enjoyed ...

    The old capital

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Mar 12, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... bus was interesting in its own way, with a crazy lady who didnīt stop babbling and cackling for the entire trip; Brazilians (as we had previously noticed) like to play their own music from their phones at top volume; and they also like to yell to one another at 3am from opposite ends of the bus! I had one guy crash down on top of me when trying to be the first to leave the bus at a stop before it had even finished moving. But it wasnīt a bad journey, all told.
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    African beats and odd menu choices

    A travel blog entry by lucytowill on Aug 20, 2013

    11 photos

    ... the middle of the old colonial district which is so attractive with colourful buildings and cobbled streets.

    The day we arrived was supposed to be the best night to see some African street music (Salvador has a very African heritage dilute to the number of slaves the Portuguese brought here), but unfortunately the weather meant that there wasn't much going on in the streets. We decided to just have dinner at ...

    Pipoca to Camarote

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Feb 11, 2013

    10 photos

    ... kiwi bird got some strange looks and made us lots of new friends - by now we knew the popular songs so danced along with the locals. After two nights in the streets, I was keen for a different (less exhausting!) experience, others agreed and so Sunday was camarote night. A camarote is a club, which fronts out to the carnival route and is the polar opposite experience to being popcorn! The club plays music in between the blocos and the ticket price is all inclusive of food and booze! ...