Fiesta Bahia Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... at a moment’s notice. As we walked through the streets, it was quite sad to see just a mass of demolished, destroyed and falling down properties. Because Salvador is built into a hill side there are several old elevators around the city to connect the lower and upper city. One of these was totally destroyed after a landslide and is now a shell pretty much beyond repair. Our guide told us that back in the day when the elevator was working the upper classes would ...
... one. After the delicious meal, we went to Rio Vermelho where we met up with Paulo (my host) and some of Grazie's friends for drinks and a smoke. We also ran into so many people from parties of past nights. As big as this city is, it really is like Burlington. It seems weird to run into so many people I know and I've only been here less than a week. After another awesome hot dog at the hot dog place from the other night, it was time to head home and ...
... very very good. We talked a lot and joked and laughed and had a good time eating there. The place was kind of inside, but where there would be like a window/wall was just open to outside. And all they have is pastels. Its was cool. When we got home, I had a text from my mom saying she was going to Oklahoma tomorrow and wanted to know if I had any travel advice, because apparently I'm some type of expert now. Haha no. But I was so ...
... booked it, Junior Lewis, Matt and Jamie got prime seats on the front row while I had to settle for 14b next to a disgruntled German. Not to worry, the flight only lasted an hour and we got to Salvador in good time. I was still unwell at this point but was at least hoping that the demons of Recife had been left behind. We only had to wait around 45 minutes before a fifth member of our group arrived. Tony Barnard (Jamie's dad) had endured a marathon journey from Heathrow, ...
... superior team and remain competitive; we don't have to post up on defense and be conservative in order to keep a game close. That in and of itself is exciting. We'd also seen the promise of our next generation in standout performances from 20-year-old DeAndre Yedlin and 19-year-old Julian Green. And our veterans like Tim Howard and Michael Bradley showed us yet again why we love them. Who knows what could have happened if Jozy Altidore (our star ...