Bahia Othon Palace

Address: Avda Oceanica 2294, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40170-010, Brazil | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avda Oceanica 2294, Salvador, is near Pelourinho, Historic City Center, Olodum, and Barra.
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      Travel Blogs from Salvador

      Day 19: Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 29, 2014

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      ... we met up with Paulo's architect friend, Diego, and walked around the beach for a while. Paulo and Diego both needed to head back to work so I bought a coconut, stuck a straw in it, and enjoyed the beach for a while. While on the beach I met a group if Irish people who were in Salvador for their friends' wedding. It made me think of my good friends Sean and Aly who are about to get married in mid august. I really wish I could be there :/. After the beach, I took a cab back ...

      Pedro's Magical Mystery Tour

      A travel blog entry by mattlee18 on Jul 03, 2014

      ... the next corner.

      Next up was a barber at his babershop. Some say they've been cutting hair there for 70 years, some say 90. Pedro said 80 as it was in the middle. He didn't have a clue and we started to speculate if he'd dreamt the idea of this tour up whilst out of his mind. The elderly barber stepped out of his shop to a sea of tourists, I'm not sure what he must have thought but my guess was 'what the hell are all of you fools doing with this guy?' ...

      African beats and odd menu choices

      A travel blog entry by lucytowill on Aug 20, 2013

      11 photos

      ... the middle of the old colonial district which is so attractive with colourful buildings and cobbled streets. The day we arrived was supposed to be the best night to see some African street music (Salvador has a very African heritage dilute to the number of slaves the Portuguese brought here), but unfortunately the weather meant that there wasn't much going on in the streets. We decided to just have dinner at ...

      Pipoca to Camarote

      A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Feb 11, 2013

      10 photos

      ... kiwi bird got some strange looks and made us lots of new friends - by now we knew the popular songs so danced along with the locals. After two nights in the streets, I was keen for a different (less exhausting!) experience, others agreed and so Sunday was camarote night. A camarote is a club, which fronts out to the carnival route and is the polar opposite experience to being popcorn! The club plays music in between the blocos and the ticket price is all inclusive of food and booze! ...

      Canberra on Arcadia

      A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 18, 2013

      ... get ready for dinner. Tonight the dress code was Smart, so jacket and tie for the blokes and cocktail dresses for the lay-deez. I wore my black trousers, a sequinned top, and some mega-high heels.

      After dinner we went along to see the show; tonight it was Mark O’Malley, the middle-of-the-road singer again. Then it was along to the Rising Sun as usual to find nearly a full house from table ...