- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Continental Breakfast
Photos of Hotel Verdemar
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Verdemar Salvador
Travel Blogs from Salvador
... make a prayer and when he ribbon comes off your prayer will come true. We made sure that we made some long term prayers for everyone as our knots were pretty secure so they may take some time to fall off!!
Back at the beach we were in for a shock, as it seemed that at the weekend everyone from Salvador had descended. There was barely 3 spare inches of sand and just a mass of bodies, umbrellas, beer stashes and yet more paddling pools.
Salvador was such ...
... we ordered some fresh squeezed orange juice and Arrumadinho, a large bowl of cooked beef and black-eyed peas, with tomatoes, peppers, and onions all chopped up. Naturally, it also came with farofa. After lunch, I updated my blog, which took a while due to the amount I had to say about the day before. Paulo and I took a walk to Barra to watch the sunset, but it started raining (again!) so I walked back ...
... we took some super cool pictures of course. People here applaud for the sunset, which is very interesting to me and Diogo and I talked about it afterwards and probably put way too much thought into it, but it was cool. We headed home after that and changed and then the five of us went to church. The pastor connected the story of Zaccheus to Animal Farm I'm pretty sure, it was interesting for sure. I think I actually got something out of it though, so that's good. Also we sang great ...
... Tony and I stayed to watch Argentina overcome Switzerland in extra time while the others made a last-ditch attempt to sell a couple of tickets in the vicinity. After extra time Tony and I moved 100 yards to watch an intriguing capoeira exhibition. This is essentially a dance ritual that could be construed as play-fighting. Participants from an outer circle face off in pairs and exchange swinging kicks, never intentionally making contact, as music is played and ...
... gave off the impression of being in motion. It was incredibly impressive. We also took the city's iconic 85-meter elevator, built in 1873 to connect the port and commercial center of the Cidade Baixa (lower city) and the historic administrative center of the Cidade Alta (upper city). After exploring a bit down there, we were ready to join the masses in the Pelourinho's main square, to watch the Argentina-Switzerland game and gear up for our game.