Vilamar Hotel

Address: Av. Amaralina, n 111, Salvador, State of Bahia, 41900020, Brazil | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Salvador!

A travel blog entry by amelia.connell on Nov 25, 2014

... but I was shocked at the amount of deformities that I witnessed in the street vendors. There were feet facing backwards, lots of missing limbs, and one man’s extremities were inverted so he just dragged himself across the ground to get from point A to point B. It was very strange for me. Up in old town we went to the main square that it filled with churches. In the middle of the square next to a no longer functioning giant beautiful fountain there was a big group of men ...

Day 20 - Volleyball

A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 22, 2014

We had plans to go to the beach today (Tuesday), but no, the weather had other ideas. No worries though, I'm sure we will go sometime soon. Instead, after breakfast of the usual, plus some apple and carrot juice we left to go run some errands, Mrs. Rosaneli, Vini and I. The first stop was Carol's grandpa's house to drop some documents off of Vini's. Then we had to go to Vini's school to get his schedule changed because he's getting a new ...

Salvador do Bahia

A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 07, 2014

5 comments

... no hill like a Salvador, Bahia hill…!” Steep though they were, they were stunningly picturesque. And so was the view from Gabrielle’s apartment. You could see the bay and the town as if it were something out of a picture book. All of Salvador is picturesque it turns out. Andrea loved the sidewalk designs. My back, however, didn’t always love the cobblestone streets and sidewalks. I learned that cushiony shoes were a must. But ...

FIRST DAY IN BRASIL

A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 03, 2014

10 photos

... It feels tropical. The roads, houses, and buildings are all a little smaller, a bit older looking, and a lot more colorful. Palm trees are everywhere and people walk a lot more. Did I mention it is extremely warm? Yeah, it's their winter, but it's pretty darn hot. In the 80s and a little humid. Mrs. Rosaneli took a little detour so I could see the beach and like recreation area with a soccer field and places to sit and eat. This beach is the most beautiful, ...

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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