Tulip Inn Centro de Convencoes
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... and had us pose with him in front of his logo. The old city of Salvador is a UNESCO world heritage site, a title that many historic sites, towns and cities would kill to have as with the title comes funding, protection and tourism. Sadly Salvador and Brazil see old buildings as old, damaged and dangerous and would rather have a shiny new multi-storey building than a beautiful old brick building with a Juliette balcony and intricate carvings. As a result many of ...
... so many cool things I wanted to buy as gifts for my family and friends but I can't travel with them because of the size and weight so I'll need to look into how much it'll cost to ship some lighter items. I also went to a bunch of Brazilian instrument shops where I played traditional instruments such as the berimbau, a one-stringed instrument tied to a gourd and a stick and played by adjusting the tension and whacking the string with a stick. Then I met up with ...
... basically all of the places that aren't Pelourinho. First, we drove around the area of the Fonte Nova arena where they played some of the World Cup games. Then we went to Igreja do Bonfim, which is a very old, very interesting church. It brought together Christianity and old African religions. You know how Paris has the Pont des Artes (lock bridge), Seattle has the gum wall, and other places have their "thing", well, this is Salvador's thing. There are ribbons of different ...
... so we were very much hoping for somewhere that improved on the Hostel of Terror. Thankfully, the Pousada Pais Tropical hostel didn't disappoint and our private room was clean and well-located, if not spectacular. Then there's Pelourinho itself. The historical centre of the city is awash with colour and an almost inceasant drum beat that reflects strong African links and heritage. Bunting and food sellers line the cobbled streets and, for the first few days at ...
... United States/American colonies did. Many of these African slaves ended up in Salvador, Brazil's first capital and slave trade center and the modern center of Afro-Brazilian culture. We stayed in the historical center of the city, the Pelourinho, which was named for the whipping post at the crossroads of two of its major streets. The neighborhood is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the main tourist area, also the site of Salvador's legendary ...