Hotel Lagoa e Mar
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... too, but simple things with you all are all I really need. Oh and Di, I just thought of one more thing, can you take my picture? You're kind of a pro. Thank yaaaa.
Nati- For you (because you asked me to write it in my blog, but I would have done it anyways) I love Natalia! She's the greatest. I really wish that she could come back with me and stay my goofy little sister forever. That's all for today folks. Sorry I'm so behind on these. I'm too busy living to write all the time. Beijos.
Bus ride from São Paulo to Salvador lasted us a good 36 hours due to delays caused by technical issues with the bus. The driver had to stop at a rest stop to fix the bus at 4am in the morning for almost 2 hours and there were other issues along the way involving delayed breaks at various rest stops. At least the view was stunning along the way. Had "The Sound of Music" ...
... Nathalie, in victory mode, invited all of us, from Australia, Atlanta, Switzerland, China, Belgium, England, Chapel Hill, Virginia, France and Pittsburgh, to a celebratory party on her rooftop. After indulging in all of her little snacks, created by her with her very French flair, including hors d'oeuvres of miniature breads, nuts, radish bites, all served alongside the rum infused watermelon concoction (thanks to the brothers from Virginia), she brought out not only a ...
... with the sounds of African beats. We would do our best to soak up the culture here, the birthplace of Capoeira.
Marco did in fact show up at the Salvador airport and drove us to the guesthouse, Posada Esmeralda, that he and his Parisian wife, Nathalie set up in the heart of Salvador's San Antonio neighborhood, a stone's throw away from the famous Forte de Capoeira, and a ten minute walk from one of Salvador's most famous neighborhoods, Pelhourino, the historic ...
... Museo da Gastronomia Baia - Seneca
Food never fails to make a traveler's day. Great food that is. I took a local's recommendation of where the best restaurant is in town -- great taste, great value I was told. I couldn't agree more. The Museo du Gastronomia showcased Baian culinary arts. I always love buffet because I know what I'm getting, and I can get to choose the seafood and vegetables… especially when people hardly speak English. The ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool