Grande Hotel da Barra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... down 2 plates of savoury and 1.5 of sweet and fruity coconut desserts - needed a siesta after all that, but deferred it to look around the rest of the area towards Carmo, where the architecture was even more impressive but more run down in places too.
Finally found something resembling a grocery shop, dry goods only, and stocked up on beer – most places are full of brightly coloured tourist tat in synthetic ...
... even more live Brazilian music. I swear I'm in heaven. I hung out there attempting to talk to people ( not many English or Spanish speakers there) until around 2 am and then took a cab back. I had no cash and when we stopped at a gas station the machines wouldn't accept my card. It's amazing meeting good people like my cab driver Marcos. He drove me home anyway and then we exchanged information so I could pay him the next day. He told me, in broken English, "I just ...
... the historic part of Salvador. We were all excited to experience the elevator that would take us down to the lower city (no one more excited than Andrea, however!). Yet, while the view at the top was great…we quickly realized it was just another elevator. Perhaps if there were windows such that you could see the views as you ascend or descend, it would be far more exhilarating. Still the elevator couldn’t match the appeal of rest of the city. ...
... 16. Surely. Weirdly though Salvador only opens it's Fan Fest for Brazil games or those hosted in Salvador. Terrible!! Especially as I'm sure fifa pay for the fan feats. Even more minus points Salvador!! Eventually we got lucky for the England game, finding a restaurant showing the game and managing to bag a table right in front of the TV with a bunch of England fans ... Although it didn't feel lucky after the game. Another poor ...
... the young kids that beg for money to pay for their crack habit. We were told not even to buy them food because they will sell it and not eat it, which is really hard to do when you see the kids. We met a French lady whilst we were there who had lived in Salvador 10 years ago and was returning to see how it had changed. She said there were less favellas now and a lot less children in the streets than before, which hopefully seems positive for ...