Hotel Villa Santo Antonio

Rua Direita do Santo Antonio 130, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40301-280, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rua Direita do Santo Antonio 130, Salvador, is near Porto da Barra, Mercado Modelo, Jorge Amado Museum, and Our Lady of the Rosary of Black People (Nossa Senhora do Rosario dos Pretos).
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Salvador

    Time to explore Salvador

    A travel blog entry by b_btravel on Jul 07, 2014

    1 comment

    ... and cathedrals to visit. Its bright, colourful architecture is truly Brazilian and on the surface it appears vibrant and happy. But underneath and behind the colours there is the all too familiar greyness of poverty and despair. The closer you look the more you find. But this is their reality and for many it's the only reality they know. So the local people make the most of it and enjoy the best of it. From ...

    Pedro's Magical Mystery Tour

    A travel blog entry by mattlee18 on Jul 03, 2014

    ... I doubt she does and Pedro is that high to remember what her one name is so he plucks for anything remotely similar. Mary, Maria, Mariana offered us no insight or secrets she may have uncovered from years of sweeping Salvador's streets and we were on our way to the next stop; a group photo on some steps.

    As we all lined up for our group shot, Grafite spotted an Omar from The Wire type character approaching. As I whistled the 'Omar Comin' tune we became a ...

    Brazilian Beats

    A travel blog entry by whereiswagner on Apr 10, 2013

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    ... check-in and I rushed over to Aerolineas Argentinas and waited in line while no one came to the counter. In the meantime, I was searching online, and as more and more time expired, I eventually had to buy a $600 dollar flight instead of what would have been a roughly $100 dollar bus ride. I took screen shots of the image of my confirmation email and itinerary for customs and cautiously preserved my laptop battery power.


    Canberra on Arcadia

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 18, 2013

    ... 8220;Ladies and gentlemen, the time from the bridge is exactly 1.00pm” (chimes – ding ding, ding ding, ding ding). This is because the clocks had to go forward one hour to GMT -2. So we’d just lost an hour of our day.

    After lunch we went and sat up on deck for a while and pottered about. We whiled away the afternoon in its usual pleasant way and before we knew it, it was ...

    Some Observations of Bahian life and Culture

    A travel blog entry by jabu74ni on Jul 27, 2012

    4 photos

    Many important aspects of Brazilian culture originated in Bahia, and Salvador played an important role in the process.

    Today we went to Pelourinho in the late afternoon to look for a hairdresser but we spent some time on an impromptu tour of the city observing some of this culture playing out.

    Pelourinho in the evening has a unique atmosphere, on the edge and charged with expectation, expectation ...