Hotel Bahia Do Sol

Address: Av. Sete De Setembro, 2009, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40080-002, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Sete De Setembro, 2009, Salvador, is near Pelourinho, Historic City Center, Olodum, and Barra.
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Travel Blogs from Salvador

The tiny, teeny Brazilian string bikini

A travel blog entry by nikigoesgaga on Dec 30, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... on the towel, lying on my back, never to turn on my stomach again. Sylvia smiles and says that it looks really cute. She is wearing her reading glasses. She looks at the thing and says. Your bikini says "Oh Señor" all over it. What? Where? I borrow her glasses. She is right. Oh Señor, Oh Señor, Oh Señor. All over my bikini. The feminist in me is not amused. Now I am running around in dental floss that says oh man all over it pressing myself ...

They think it's all over....

A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 19, 2014

19 photos

... We are going to be late" she says. Turns out the final kicks off at 4pm when all the other games kicked off at 5pm. Who knew!? My upset at the missing vodka is tempered by the free availability of cheap beer on board. I love Brazil.

It's already 4pm by the time the ferry reaches port in Salvador and we watch the first 20 minutes of the Germany v Argentina on a TV in Verena's friend's 'Chelsea tractor'. We find a place to park and join the ...

Where the Drum is King!

A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 10, 2014


... troupe – the Balet Foclorico. The show did an amazing job of showcasing various aspects of the Afro-Brazilian culture of Bahia. It began with a praise dance of the Orixas that was similar to the Candomble ceremony. It also featured some traditional dances that were performed by the slaves during the era of slavery. And it ended with a fabulous display of Capoeira. But like in Candomble, the drums never stopped beating and guided the dancers as well ...

Preparing to leave Brazil

A travel blog entry by caribeancruiser on Jul 18, 2013

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We are making preparations to leave Brasil which has been an extremely frustrating experience wit somewhere between an absence and a disdain of work ethic. Requests for spare parts or assistance with system failure seem to be greeted with a series of broken appointments or even prices to steel or sink your boat! Well our flights are now ...

Fool On The Hill

A travel blog entry by donmiller on Apr 16, 2013

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Salvador is just plain hot and humid. And there is little escape. Few
shops and restaurants have AC. The hotels in my budget range either flat
don’t have it or those that do, actually loosely define Air
Conditioning as anything that blows air regardless of the temperature.
In most cases, it’s on the warm side . So the only thing to do is sweat
profusely, commandeer a shady bar stool and ...