Fiesta Bahia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... 3 of them, the biggest with a lighthouse constructed within it – a pleasant stroll but was happy I hadn’t stayed in that part of the city.
As had no breakfast, treated myself to a buffet lunch at the Bahian cooking school restaurant. Lovely old room with fresh breezes and a big spread of dishes I’d been wanting to try but can’t get single portions of, such as mocqueca, a seafood coconut stew. ...
... feeling. So ******. That little boy will certainly grow up to be an ******* with mentors like the blocker dudes. Terrible, but I couldn't let it get me too down. The night was still young. We then went to a different samba bar where there was more live music. Uyatã rolled one up and then we all danced and drank and met more people and laughed and talked. Awesome vibe. A friend introduced me to a girl named Hanni he just met from the USA who was dancing wildly like ...
... But there were a number of marching bands lined up for a parade down Avenida Sete de Septembre! That is the road that ran right in front of our place in Campo Grande. It is the life vein that carries the blood of Pelourinho down to the city. And this day the blood was truly pumping. The marching bands were elaborately uniformed. Most were children’s marching bands…and all were centered on the drums. City officials, or at least people who ...
... outside corridor connecting the dorms with bathrooms and the main / communal areas upstairs. Salvador is an interesting place. It's a mixture of old colonial style streets and some of the most sketchy surroundings I've ever seen. To be clear upfront none of us had any trouble, but looking back if I was to redo the trip and put money on where one of us would lose belongings this is where I'd put my money. With the streets full of ...
... we were there the cobbled streets lined with brightly painted buildings were filled day and night with Capoeira (the Brazilian martial art that looks like a beautiful gymnastic dance), samba shows, drum shows, jazz nights by the harbour, parades, and extravagant costumes! Brazil has a reputation as a party place and if you go to Salvador you will not be disappointed. Try as we might, we failed to capture the incredible atmosphere here in our ...