Hotel Bahia Do Sol
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... a single journey. There are R$4.3 to the £1. You do the math but any cheaper and it would be free (OK it was 3p.) I gave R$0.35 to cover both Roisin and I, and still got R$0.05 change (less than 1p.) There are even concessions for pensioners!! Who thought that one up?? On exiting the elevator at the top we found ourselves standing in a square, the entrance to the Pelourinho. This is the 'old town' of Salvador. Pelourinho means 'pillory' or 'whipping post. Outside ...
... garden is a pleasant place to take a breath and enjoy the fine bay views. Take a taxi there, as it is off bus routes and the desolate walk is known for tourist muggings. adult/child R$6/3.
... churches in Salvador. I don't know why concert venues haven't thought of this in the states. It's essentially the same as standing room but with stadium... Er.... Standing. For short people like me this is awesome for the view of the stage. Geronimo was fantastic and I got to meet a bunch of Paulo's friends, one of whom, Angelo, is a fellow couchsurfer and has hosted more than 400 guests. He has over 400 positive reviews on couchsurfing and is currently hosting 14 people! ...
The day before we were off to Holland vs Costa Rica in the quarter finals in Salvador we had the France vs Germany and Brazil vs Colombia matches to see. We opted for Salvador's fan fest after the success of Fortaleza's a couple of weeks previously and a good atmosphere was expected, if Brazil could stop James Rodriguez.
We jumped in a taxi and arrived at the fan fest for the 1pm kick off, the match didn't live up to what we all expected and the only people who ...
... into tomato faced, melting tourists, receiving knowing glances from locals. Brazil is great, but not a place for playing, say, football!! Grasping our Reals we found the lift to the old cliff top city. We had tried to walk up a windy road before being stopped by locals declaring it was too dangerous. Advice we would be foolish to ignore, so we rode up to the older section of the city. It was picturesque and we enjoyed a brief walk around the ...