Vilamar Hotel

Av. Amaralina, n 111, Salvador, State of Bahia, 41900020, Brazil | Hotel
Prices starting from $64.00

Travel Blogs from Salvador

A Brush With The Law

A travel blog entry by mattlee18

... before heading for a restaurant. The streets were packed with Belgians and Americans and the restaurants even more so as we settled on a place which looked ok. As we pulled up a table and chairs on the side of the pedestrianised cobbled streets, as you do with most restaurants in Salvador, we noticed the system of a basket on a piece of rope was being used to transport food and drink from upstairs to the tables on the street below. The restaurant couldn't cope as an ...

Slaves and Saints

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska


... 8211; good relationships!”. What an amazing woman!

Next stop was in the upper city and was to an area called Pelourinho. An area with cobble stoned streets and art deco styled houses. Many have been restored and it is a vibey area with street musicians, painters and other artists. Pelhourinho Square is known as the heart of Salvador and I counted 6 churches on its perimeter. Salvador has 365 churches apparently – one for every day of the year. ...

Salvador day 2

A travel blog entry by jferreira83


... was closed and the space for the concert was still getting built. We walked until mercado modelo again. I try to buy some shoes but were a bit expensive.. And we drank a bear.. We were a bit tired so we head for the hotel for power pause and nap. We woke up after 3 hours and decided to go to cantina da lua where we eat food by Kg. We listen some brazilian music. Not sure which kind and walked a bit on the old city. We came back to sleep again. Super tired this ...

Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves

A travel blog entry by donmiller

... from Eugene, Oregon to Equador in the
50′s and never looked back. (yes, she was a bit of a hippy). A couple of
guys from Europe were at the bar and everyone one spoke pretty good

I could hear the music start up and decided I would walk over. The
stairs were packed with people and I worked my way to the top to not be
in the thick of them all. I stood and listened to the Samba music,
hoping the Caipirinhas would kick ...

Salvador, the start of Carnival

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... in line was short as there were two elevators busily running vertically along the cliff carrying people up and down between the two areas of town. As our line gradually approached the elevators an attendant was counting the people and sending them down two different smaller lines to the different elevators. We were dispatch to the front elevator that was to take us up the 227 feet to the top of the cliff. But our elevator only went up 226 feet and then just sat there 226 ...


This hotel, located on Av. Amaralina, n 111, Salvador, is near Historic City Center, Pelourinho, JK Memorial, and Olodum.
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