America Towers Hotel

Address: Rua Frederico Simoes 120, Salvador, State of Bahia, 41820774, Brazil | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Rua Frederico Simoes 120, Salvador, is near JK Memorial, Solar do Unhao, Jorge Amado Museum, and Our Lady of the Rosary of Black People (Nossa Senhora do Rosario dos Pretos).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews America Towers Hotel Salvador

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    Travel Blogs from Salvador

    Salvador

    A travel blog entry by helen_rae on Mar 09, 2015

    7 photos

    ... don't want to have to lug them around with us - Mum and Dad you are in for a treat when that arrives! For dinner we found this amazing street food stall that was selling traditional *****ian-Bahia food. It was absolutely delicious. We only spent a day and half in Salvador but really enjoyed ourselves and from Salvador we caught the boat to our next destination - Morro de São ...

    Salvador: The Real Adventure Begins

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Nov 05, 2014

    181 photos

    ... enjoy your meal in the unique morrocan chill out room or in their patio garden.They also offer those great juices with a touch of ginger 'refreshing',or maybe a caipirinha with water melon.The quanties are very generous an the prices are extremely fair.Splurge

      8th Day - Pelourinho

      A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 10, 2014

      10 photos

      ... history and it was really awesome, I learned a lot.

      After we finally got a spot to park, we went to Mercado Modelo. This is where the slaves were first brought when they came to Brazil. And then, once slavery was abolished, it is where they sold goods they made so they could start to make a living. Diogo taught me all this, and much more. Now, it's just like any other type of market, very cool. We walked in and there were guys playing music, ...

    Fourth day - Church, beaches, and Americans

    A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 06, 2014

    8 photos

    ... We we're a bit late for church, but so we're lots of there people, including Diogo who we met up with again. But, by the time we got there, most seats were full. We had to sit separately, but it was alright, I just followed what everyone else was doing. The songs we're still great, and I got communion. The boy next to me said hi, not even "oi" first, then asked if I was American. I guess it's more obvious than I realized. Darn :\ But he was very nice and we talked some ...

    Crazy Carnival in Sensational Salvador!!

    A travel blog entry by jdtrip on Feb 28, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... with an additional multitude of people involved in construction/scaffold/electrical aspects, beer vendors, security staff, bloco rope holders, ticket sellers, as well as countless police and tens of millions of beers delivered every day by the truckloads. With so much to take in and 12 hours of blaring Brazilian music, it is nothing short of a mind-blowing sensory overload.

    We got to our bloco before it set off down the strip at 6pm and met up ...