Albergue Pedra Da Sereia

Pedra da Sereia 21, Salvador, State of Bahia, 41940 810, Brazil | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salvador

Salvador- this time in English

A travel blog entry by traliela


... So we decided to get up and start our day. First, the quest of finding breakfast. No, not finding, explaining what we want and how many we want and no we don't want another plastic bag Obrigado mucho trololo. Then, going for a walk in town. Don't just go for a walk in town, when the town is Salvador. Don't forget this is not Europe, and there aren't tiny little cosy streets everywhere. This is Salvador, you'll find crackheads without looking for it and you won't feel very safe. Stay ...

Visiting with the Pastor

A travel blog entry by frankcullins


Our ride arrived and we drove to the beach but then they changed their minds and went by the pastor's home. I noticed that for security broken glass is embedded in the concrete of the walls to prevent people from climbing on them.

David took some pictures of me at the ocean. I was sure to put on some sunscreen because the sun was bright. Damion ordered some coconuts. First we drank the liquid out of the center. Then we cut it so ...

Carnival! YEEEEW!

A travel blog entry by beersabroad


... wandering the streets for food and supplies. Upon his return Wayde asks the boys to wait for him while he goes and picks something up. Dying of starvation but unable to leave as Wayde would be locked out, the door finally swings open about lunch time and Wayde walks in quite chipper and keen for a chat even if it is mainly a one way street! He had made a new bestie called Mike who he had beers with and bought supplies off. Turns out mikes got his finger in every ...


A travel blog entry by phoebeandmoons


We arrived in Salvador at midday and caught a bus to the Pelorena district where we had booked a hostel. Built on a natural fortress - a cliff overlooking the sea - Salvador is one of the oldest settlements in Brazil and the Pelo district is the oldest part of Salvador. The Pelo is UNESCO listed and is full of winding cobble streets, ancient crumbling churches and colourful tiled terrace buildings. Surrounding the Pelo, in areas not protected by UNESCO, are ...

Easy nuh man!

A travel blog entry by jabu74ni

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... he needed the apartment number without which he could not deliver. I have assumed that he would just leave it with the security for me to collect when I returned to the building. My next move was to offer to take the bottle myself, I’m sure I can carry a 20L bottle of water for 200 meters. I tried but the conversation rapidly went downhill, he moved on to doing other things so I left the shop. I’m sure he is a busy guy and has a lot ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on Pedra da Sereia 21, Salvador, is near Historic City Center, Pelourinho, Olodum, and Itapoan.
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