Vilamar Hotel

Av. Amaralina, n 111, Salvador, State of Bahia, 41900020, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salvador


A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... For Chris this was something he normaly wouldn't eat (whole fried fish). After lunch we had ice cream in the oldest ice cream shop in Salvador, open since 1931, and walked around the coast to the most famous church in Salvador, Ingles Bonfim. Our friend Elin looks a lot like a Brazilian celebrity named Xuxa (pronounced Shosha) and all day people were wanting her photo and calling out "Xuxa". It gave us a slight insight into a famous persons life. Our third day started with ...

Salvador: the African soul of Brazil

A travel blog entry by alexennis269


... were traded and most likely publicly whipped. It turns out that out of all the slaves taken from Africa to work in the many European colonies around the world approximately 60% went to Brazil. Salvador saw the lionīs share of this influx and is Africaīs biggest city outside of the continent itself. Dozens of African deities (known as Orishas) make up the Candomble religion, based on the veneration of spirits. Interestingly the religion has survived hundreds of years ...

Carnival! YEEEEW!

A travel blog entry by beersabroad


... and wandered out to say that the toilet was blocked, full to the brim. Nice job Wayde, that didn’t take long!

Safe and exhausted, and with the bathroom door firmly shut, the guys decided to brave it on the streets just long enough to sink a few well deserved beers within the safety of their apartment.
Twenty minutes later they were holding a burger in one hand and a beer in the other. They were all stoked to realise that the beers cost 1 real ...

Salvador. Rnd 1

A travel blog entry by pestef


... restaurant with reasonable reviews (from our guidebook actually) a short stroll away, past a gorgeous pair of friendly ginger street kittens, brothers I guess. We soon found ourselves feeling more at ease, being seated on the rear terrace of a beautiful restaurant and each with a cold beer in hand.

After successfully deciphering the Portuguese menu, albeit at some length, the waiter finally cottoned on and gave us an English version. By then, of course, we had cracked the ...

You didn't really think we'd stop traveling...

A travel blog entry by hollyandben


... Hotels in Rio cost upwards of $400 a night...although we had planned to be more "adult" on this trip...we stayed in hostels (nice hostels) due to the expense.
- Portuguese is not Spanish! Although Spanish was very helpful, Portuguese is a very different language!
- Acai is awesome! It is served as a sort of sorbet at juice bars all over and you can get all different kinds of toppings like other fruit, honey, or granola! We didn't ...


This hotel, located on Av. Amaralina, n 111, Salvador, is near Historic City Center, Pelourinho, JK Memorial, and Olodum.
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3.00 of 5 stars Good