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: The Real Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Nov 05, 2014

181 photos

... by way of a busy walkway. Bus travel in and out of Salvador can take a lot more time than expected. Count on an average speed of 50-60 km/h when planning your itinerary.By boatSalvador is a common stop on international cruise routes and was once visited by the Queen Elizabeth 2 during her sailing career. Note that the docks area can be dangerous. This area is linked to the Pelourinho historic centre by theElevador Lacerda, and to the city by urban buses ...

Beaches of Brazil

A travel blog entry by turnleftatrio on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... We both laughed, we knew something like this was bound to happen, we both 'had a feeling' during the fuss in Natal. We actually found a great little hostel once we could find internet and actually research, for the first time, the place we were in! We ended up staying for four nights so that we wouldn't have to travel on our anniversary and so that we didn't miss any football games. It was a surprisingly nice time, we ate out, explored the neat little city, finally caved in and had ...

The World Cup and Farewell to Bahia...for now ; )

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jun 21, 2014

24 photos

... French and Swiss, with colorful wigs and painted faces to match their countries' flags, were singing their respective cheers, all the while the bands were marching and drumming down the cobblestoned streets, the African women were selling their sweets, trucks full of nothing but beer were parked at nearly every corner and Capoeiristas were playing in the plaza, egging on bystanders to join them.

After Eli joined in the Capoeira fun, attracting a small crowd to ...

Salvador, the start of Carnival

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Feb 08, 2013

33 photos

... few ports of the cruise gave us many chances to view church interiors. Also effecting our decision was the excitement on the streets that were beckoning us deeper into the city and the Carnival preparations. We selected once side street that was full of activity and started walking down the street. Down was a word chosen to also indicate that the street ran down a moderately steep incline and continued on until another smaller square at the bottom of the hill. We passed ...

Carnival! YEEEEW!

A travel blog entry by beersabroad on Feb 08, 2013

103 photos

... bloccos....
These setups come through about every 20 mins from about 8pm til bout 5am
If you don't wanna dance on the street you can go in a camarote which watches the whole thing go past while providing all you can drink, food as well as their own night club, salon and photo booth… pretty sick.

Arriving off their supposed 22 hour bus ride (really 30 odd) meant instead of a leisurely walk to meet the owner of the apartment as ...