Hotel Villa Santo Antonio

Address: Rua Direita do Santo Antonio 130, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40301-280, Brazil | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Rua Direita do Santo Antonio 130, Salvador, is near Mercado Modelo, Porto da Barra, Jorge Amado Museum, and Our Lady of the Rosary of Black People (Nossa Senhora do Rosario dos Pretos).
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    Travel Blogs from Salvador

    Salvador: The Real Adventure Begins

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Nov 05, 2014

    181 photos

    ... as a general rule very few taxistas will use the meter, so haggling is common on most journies. Executive taxis (white and blue) don't have meters, and the prices are on a table, it's more expensive than city taxis, but they are much more comfortable, they are in stops in the main shopping malls, the airport, bus station, ferry-boat station and big hotels. Most of the executive taxis don't have a very good online presence and often English speaking ...

    Day 20: Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 30, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the band who usually plays on Wednesdays was gonna ask them to let me play some tunes with them. Just my luck. For no reason at all, blues night was reggae night for one night only, so it was a Brazilian white boy reggae band playing bad versions of sublime and Bob Marley covers. Can't win em all but we played pool and drank so it was fun. The rain kept coming down so we took a cab back and then I ...

    Beaches of Brazil

    A travel blog entry by turnleftatrio on Jul 06, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... just as abruptly stopping. We stayed of course, 3 sputtering candles, two happy kids and a bottle of wine. It was kind of late by the time we headed back and no more busses were running. So we walked and hitchhiked and swayed our way down the road. Apparently the über friendly Brazilians are a bit more cautious at night. After a really long time one car actually turned around and came back for us, yay! And they could speak English. Apparently the driver, on seeing we were gringos knew ...

    Exploring Yet Another UNESCO World Heritage Site

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jun 05, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... his nightly Capoeira classes.

    Friday was spent exploring Pelhourino, walking along its cobblestone streets, admiring its colorfully painted colonial houses, passing by its numerous famous churches, artisan shops, bars serving local beer and fresh baby coconuts, Capoeiristas playing Capoeira in the plazas, all the while absorbing the Afro-Brazilian music that defines the State of Bahia. It was clear that the neighborhood ...

    62. Salvador da Bahia

    A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on May 29, 2014

    ... through the open doors of the church. Sadly, while you're sitting in these places you get approached by a lot of beggars, especially kids. I found it quite upsetting as you wonder how they got to that stage. Apparently a lot of them are drug addicts and they sell food that people buy for them for more drugs. We didn't see that though. However, most homeless people you encounter just want your empty beer cans (they get money for them). As Salvador has strong African ...