Pestana Convento do Carmo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and enjoyed the view, lots of boats and a great shoreline. Once we finished the ice cream, we went back to the car and drove to all different places. We stopped at different forts, hills, churches, places with cool views, and all sorts places. The best by far was this really steep hill that leaf to this platform right by the water where you could see these favelas, but also the big skyscrapers behind them and the ocean in front. Again with the contrast. Of course we took lots ...
... on the beaches to dancing in the streets, from markets places to beachside bars, the local people are out enjoying what Salvador has to offer and so are the tourists. Thousands of them from all over the world. It is a crazy mix of every nationality in one place. I met people from Chile and Argentina, others from America and Europe and many from all over Brazil. All here for football. And on the day of the ...
Best place to watch a World Cup game (other than the stadium): Manaus’ theater square. Spectacular setting, and it turns into a party as soon as the games end
Best church: Salvador’s Igreja Sao Francisco. It was so different than all those Western European cathedrals. Olinda had a few churches come close, too.
Best restaurant: Tie between the francesinha place in Porto and the goat restaurant (Bode do No) ...
... br> We took the local bus from Praia do Forte to Salvador on the morning of June 30 (Day 187). The bus was much less crowded and faster this time, probably because it wasn't the day of a Brazil game. The bus didn't stop at the bus station in Salvador, however, and we realized too late that we had left the nicer part of the city. We found ourselves bouncing along very sketchy streets in the heart of some of Salvador's heartbreakingly poor and ...
We knew little about Salvador apart from being much cheaper to fly to from London than Rio, and that it was the first capital city of Brazil and remained so until 1763 until it was succeed by Rio de Janeiro, and then by Brasilia in 1960. Apparently it is known as Brazil's capital of happiness due to its many popular outdoor parties, even the annual Carnival is celebrated in the streets more explicitly in Salvador, whereas in Rio the celebrations are infamously hosted predominantly ...