Catussaba Resort Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... trapeze artists. The only difference being is that you could see the wire!!! The lady had a safety harness and was being thrown around whilst the male half of the act swung on the trapeze. Either it is a routine that they hadn’t practiced too often and still had no confidence in each other’s ability or it was a man and wife team who had probably just had an argument before their performance and only one of them was taking no chances (confidence in ability ...
... costumes, the personal effects of the poet Castro Alves (author of Návio Negreiro, or Slave Ship, and one of the first public figures to protest slavery), and traditional rag dolls enacting quotidian colonial life, as well as paintings and sculptures. R$ 3.
... 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 ...
... view was enthralling. It was the perfect place for a fanfest. Unfortunately for fans and locals in Salvador, the fanfest would only show Brazil games or whatever game was occurring at the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador. I am not sure I ever got a clear answer as to why, but I gather that local businesses were concerned about competition in some way. But clearly the local businesses benefited tremendously for the Brazil games. Folks flooded down to ...
... export of fruit,cocoa,coffee and soya bean.The city is divided into two parts ,the upper and the lower and they are connected by a funicular tram.It is the upper part of the city that has all the old historical buildings,museums and churches and it is to this area I will be exploring tomorrow.It is a UNESCO world heritage site and the buildings are protected by law.I have spent two weeks immersed in the jungles and wetlands of Brazil,it is now time for some ...