Ibis Salvador Rio Vermelho
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Salvador
... ribbons to all the ironwork with 3 knots, one for each wish. They are also tied around the wrist, in 3 knots and need to be kept for 3 months to allow time for the wishes to be granted and the ribbon to disintegrate naturally. I found a devout looking lady, who insisted her bad foot had been better since her offerings, to sell me the ribbons and tie one on – hoping her good luck with be infectious!
Check out a bit about Salvador at: http://youtu.be/UyMeV_C-5E4 Wow. Yesterday was one for the books. I am now living in the state of Bahia in the city of Salvador with my new friend Paulo. He has been very generous so far. When I woke up, he confirmed my desire to go see Chapada National Park, about 8 hours by bus from here. He showed me some incredible photos and then I called Audra for some much needed homeland contact. Afterwards, Paulo and I headed out to Barra, a ...
... them. We bought some beers from a street vendor and joined the party, dancing our way through the streets of Salvador. Finished after about thirty minutes but a brilliant experience especially with all the streets lined with flags and colourful ribbons and banners for the World Cup. Gave us a taste of the famous Bahian / North East culture as well as what carnival would be like. The next day we headed out to take in some of the culture. First we headed to the San ...
... Tim, his efforts proved fruitless (individual accolade aside) as two goals in extra time saw Belgium knock them out, despite a late comeback that resulted in a consoltation. In addition to the praise for Howard, there was also an acceptance in the media afterwards that we had watched arguably the game of the tournament so far. A not-so-boring 0-0 followed by an extra time period full of incident. It's fair to say I'm glad I made the call to power through earlier in the ...
... just pick a city they want to visit and get tickets for a knockout-stage game there. Salvador is probably the second most popular World Cup city after Rio, so there was an eclectic mix of fans present. There were French, Germans, Swiss, Columbians, Koreans, Japanese, even a group of eight Icelanders who were hoping the U.S. would play its Icelandic player, Aron Johannson. And then, of course, there were the Belgians, almost all of whom were class ...