Bahiacafe Hotel

Praca Da Se 22, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40021020, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by asplin

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Etter en del timer på flyplassen i Sao Paulo pga et kansellert fly, kom vi oss endelig frem til Salvador. Vi merket raskt at temperaturen hadde steget og at vi var kommet nærmere ekvator. På flyplassen ble vi hentet av en morsom taxisjåfør, som kjørte oss igjennom de trangeste gatene man kan tenke seg og frem til vårt utrolig hyggelige hotell i …

Sight-seeing i Salvador

A travel blog entry by uschalingen

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Morgonen inleddes med den förmodligen bästa frukosten på resan, en rejäl buffe med goda frukter, pålägg och bröd.

Därefter gjorde vi ett nytt försök att gå runt och titta i centrum. Den här gången var det en helt annan känsla än den på kvällen innan. Mycket var nog på grund av att det nu också fanns poliser utplacerade vid olika ställen. …

Kväll i Salvador

A travel blog entry by uschalingen

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Båtresan var inte lika skumpig som turen till ön, men inte långt därifrån.

Väl i hamnen i Salvador var det redan skymning. Det gjorde det inte mindre olustigt att gå igenom centrum för att hitta hotellet vi skulle bo på. Som tur var hittade vi direkt och kunde checka in.

Hotellet var genuint och inrett i afrikansk stil, så …

Ano Novo in Salvador

A travel blog entry by golz

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Salvador

The culture in Salvador is very Afro-Brazillian centric. The city is filled with art, music and dance from the African heritage that stemmed from the days of the slaves. The main square in the historical centre, where we are staying, is filled with shops selling art, musical instuments and clothing relating to this movement. …

Salvador the city of music

A travel blog entry by paulcunningham

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... area when the gate keepers wear sharp suits.

Barra is the old Portuguese port area, with many beaches and protective forts. One fort houses the nautical museum and light house. All the normal naval models and navigation stuff. The odd bit was a panel dedicated to admiral Cochran. My mother tells me he is a distant relation. As it is all in Portuguese I´ll have to wait to see hat they are saying about him

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This 3 star hotel, located on Praca Da Se 22, Salvador, is near Porto da Barra, Mercado Modelo, Jorge Amado Museum, and Dique de Tororo.
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