Alpha Hostel Salvador

Address: Rua Eduardo Diniz Gonalves 128 Barra, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40140310, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua Eduardo Diniz Gonalves 128 Barra, Salvador, is near Pelourinho, Historic City Center, Olodum, and Barra.
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Travel Blogs from Salvador

Salvador do Bahia

A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 07, 2014


... element, and be able to report to all our Aunts that my younger cousin was doing just fine. It was a sunny Friday, and luckily it was one of the first rest days between the group stage and second round, so there was no concern about missing any games. My cousin became distinctly aware that my deep affection for the game would not allow me to miss even a second of any game. So this was the perfect day for us to get out and see what Salvador had to ...

Beaches of Brazil

A travel blog entry by turnleftatrio on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... out to dinner and to watch another game. I was still feeling relatively OK, and we had amazing pizza and some decent red wine. Good times. Pipa is a fantastic place for great food, if you happen to find yourselves on the shores of Brazil it's worth a visit. The beaches are nothing to be sniffed at either. You have to walk or get a cheap and quick transfer bus to get to the main beauty, but either way it's worth it. Framed by two orange cliffs is a +- 3km stretch of dazzling beach, ...

Week 12: Porto Alegre & Salvador, Brazil

A travel blog entry by mitchandsally on Jun 21, 2014

29 photos

... with lunch overlooking the bay. The afternoon was wet, so we spent it mainly indoors watching football, including a match over dinner at a local restaurant. Our dinner was punctuated by incredibly loud and bright firecrackers going off just outside the restaurant which scared the pants off us every single time. A few more days in Salvador left, which include Australia and Brazil's final group matches and the Bosnia v Iran game on Wednesday. Tchau for now! Sally and ...

Saved in Salvador?

A travel blog entry by rogergpilgrim on Feb 16, 2013

4 photos

... cluster in this tiny area above the port. And they are a riot of baroque decoration and over-the-top gold leaf. Of course their enthusiasm for saving Brazil for Christ also applied to the many African slaves they imported. Except that, while they were required to replace their beliefs with Catholicism, they were not actually allowed into these many churches. Indeed it was not until 1704 that the bishop ...

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

A travel blog entry by hollyandben on May 11, 2012

35 photos

... up on the hill looking down. The first part we got...the second, not so much. Clouds typically move through the sky, but the evening we ascended, a very stubborn cloud decided to plant itself right on top of Jesus and refused to move for hours. Perhaps he was talking to G-d and could not be interrupted. We tried to outlast the cloud, but as the time passed, it only seemed to settle in even more. At least the day we went up to Corcovado ...