Belmar Hotel

Address: Av. Otávio Mangabeira, 3345, Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Otávio Mangabeira, 3345, Salvador, is near JK Memorial, Solar do Unhao, Museu da Gastronomia Bahiana, and Babagula.
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Travel Blogs from Salvador

A lifting experience in Salvador de Bahia

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Mar 18, 2015

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... split in to two sittings. First sitting starts at 18:45 and the second sitting starts at 21:15. Many cruise lines operate a freedom dining policy. This means you can attend dinner in the main restaurant whenever you want. MSC adhere strictly to the fixed dining. If you need flexibility in your eating pattern then the buffet on deck 14 is open for that purpose. Being the first formal evening, the captain always introduces his senior officers. Not to me personally but ...

Salvador: The Real Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Nov 05, 2014

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... pilgrimage sites in all of Brazil. The colorful votive ribbons or fitas of Bonfim are an easily recognizable item throughout Brazil and even beyond. Children outside the church will (for a small fee) tie them around your wrist and tell you to make a wish for each one. If the ribbon wears off naturally, the wish will come true; if you cut it off before then, it won't. You can get to Bonfim by city bus in about 15 minutes.

  • Day 20: Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... plate which also came with spicy sauce, a paste made from shrimp, wheat flour, peanuts and dendê, and a tomato cucumber salad. I thought I would love this dish, but like most food in Brazil, it was waaaaay too salty. Otherwise, it was pretty good. I went to Dinho Square for the acarajé, which is known as one of the most famous spots to eat it. I then went to a club for blues night. My friend ...


    A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... group playing in the streets. This was also the night we found the master drum maker. In fact, it was right after the samba house party, because we reached the top of the hill, turned right and noticed the old man stretching leather. Most of the shops were open, so we shopped and danced and worked up an appetite – 'cause you can’t do all that moving around without restoring energy to the body. So we searched out our favorite late-night ...

    Salavador: Brazils Africa!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Mar 10, 2014

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    ... natural harbor in South America.In 1549 it became a fortified city to protect Portugal's interests from the Dutch and the French.It remained the capital of Brazil until 1763 and became the most important city in the Portuguese empire and at one time the Kingdom Of Portugal's City was not in Lisbon,it moved to Salvador.It was ideally situated in a safe bay within the major trade routes of the "new world",wealth poured into the city through the ...