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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... and tourists were all set up like professionals on the beach with chairs, umbrellas, bbq’s and even paddling pools?! There was a sand sculpture hard at work and it just felt like a proper holiday beach town.
Our final day we decided to redo everything we had already done, just at our own pace, so we returned to Pelourinho to wonder the streets that we knew were safe to get some good photos and also to tie some ribbons to the old church in the main ...
... a few on and then went to the 4th floor which was a cool outdoor balcony. I drank a bit, dance to the DJ and then left to stop at a hot dog joint. My friends told me it's the best hot dog in Salvador. Little did I know, it would be the best hot dog of my life. The roll was homemade and the hotdog came with 4 toppings of your choice. I chose fried straw potatoes, curry, chili, and tomato cucumber salad. So good! After getting my fill I called it a night and went back to ...
... stopped at Subway. Subway is exactly the same in Brazil, except they have 15 cm and 30 cm options (no five dollar foot long. Especially because one sub is 17 reais, but that converts pretty close to even actually) After eating, we went to Farol de Barra, a lighthouse on a big hill. About an hour before the sunset even, there were already lots of people sitting there waiting. Some were playing guitar, others eating and drinking, it was cool. But, we didn't feel like just sitting around, ...
... Having such short walk to the stadium helped, as did dose after dose of paracetamol. As will become clear, it was a good move to go in hindsight. We only had to walk around ten minutes from our hostel before getting to a supermarket outside the stadium that was showing the Argentina game on TV. The top of the Arena Fonte Nova was oddly in line with us, with its base sunk into the depths of the city. Even then we could gauge just how good the stadium was. As I was still ...
... U.S. Soccer night-before party/rally.
The party was very slick and well-done. Will Ferrell had actually shown up to the night-before party in Recife, so we figured there was an outside chance of some celebrity sighting. Alas, no such luck. We did, however, run into Jen, a friend of ours from back home--we were completely surprised, we had no idea she was going to be in Salvador for the World Cup. It was really fun to hang out with her amid all ...