Tulip Inn Centro de Convencoes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Breakfast not til 8am so went to see the old fountain, the
old fort and the old farol (lighthouse) which unfortunately is closed – still there
are good views from near there in both directions. Another whistlestop tour but
with less than 24 hours on the island, it needs to be.
Got the 11.30 fast boat to Salvador, snagging one of the ...
... people who need." If he hadn't given me a ride I honestly have no idea how I could've gotten home since all the ATMs were closed at this point. He told me it's a very dangerous area where I am staying so he waited to make sure I got in safe. It was a selfless act because I could tell HE didn't even feel safe waiting in his car. As if this weren't enough, when I got home I realized my card was missing. I must have slipped it under my money belt instead of inside it. He ...
... br> But on the flip side – much like the elevator, there is a descending order in Salvador that is quite visible. (And I suspect Salvador is simply a reflection of Brazil as a whole). When one walks from Pelourinho down through Campo Grande to the beaches at Barra, there is a very sharp color/racial gradation. When you reach Campo Grande through the neighborhood of Vitoria and onto Barra, you have entered the wealthier area of Salvador. You also see ...
... England all but out. That night there was a festival on outside the main church. I must admit to flaking out after a couple of beers but the lads stayed out a little longer and both found wandering hands in their top pockets. Luckily with all valuables stowed safely there were no thefts but still... Even more minus points salvador. The next day, and with results confirming England's exit we donned our neutral clothing and headed to ...
... and from what we've heard it seems a lot safer in recent years. Let's just hope it's not an artificial facade to encourage the tourists to visit.
There are a number of beautiful islands that are easily accessible from Salvador which provide the perfect get away from the hectic city but still have the lovely beaches and diverse food. These islands are apparently where Brazilians go on holiday and so we couldn't resist hopping across to ...