Pestana Sauipe Beach Pousadas Hotel Salvador

Address: Rodovia Ba 099 Km 76 , Salvador, State of Bahia, 48282-970, Brazil | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Rodovia Ba 099 Km 76 , Salvador, is near Babagula and Centro de Terapia em Surf.
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Travel Blogs from Salvador

Salvador do Bahia

A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 07, 2014

5 comments

... for all of us. And despite our joke that no girls will be allowed for the next world cup until the 2nd round, we all got along well and had a great time. Nonetheless, Pelourinho became my marker…and I would venture up the hills and cobblestone streets almost daily to get my fix of energy and excitement. The good news is that I could catch some games up in Pelourinho as well, thus not having to miss a game, and getting the best of both ...

Beaches of Brazil

A travel blog entry by turnleftatrio on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... the Aracaju tickets and booked for Recife. The 1pm was sold out but we got seats on the 3pm bus. This, however, meant that we missed the connecting bus to Salvador by around 15 minutes. We hoped there would be a later one. Of course when we arrived there was no later bus to Salvador. We stood in various queues but no go. Recife is a horrible little place and all around us for miles and miles was just ugly uninviting industria. The lady at the baggage storage area said a taxi to ...

The World Cup and Farewell to Bahia...for now ; )

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jun 21, 2014

36 photos

... little blond haired eight year old go at it with the three times his size African man, we separated as the boys walked with the crowds to the stadium and Noa and I headed back to the posada to chill out, watch the game on TV, and wait for the house to fill up again a few hours later.

Fortunately, the French won 5 to 2, creating a celebratory feeling in this French owned posada. By the time 7 pm rolled around, the house had filled back up with people from around the ...

First Stop, Salvador

A travel blog entry by niblet on Mar 04, 2014

3 photos

... Despite the chaos, the beaches were beautiful. The sand texture similar to finely crumbled digestive biscuits that glisten in the sun with a buttery decadence. It was almost deadly quiet when taking an early morning swim, the sea calm and the sky still tinted with a hint of pink from the morning sunrise. This was stark contrast to the hustle and bustle during the day, especially on Saturday when both tourists and locals alike flock to the beach and this is when becomes ...

Day 1 in Salvador

A travel blog entry by jferreira83 on Sep 20, 2013

1 photo

Waked up with morning brazilian misic from the street. This could be the best welcome that city provides to the tourists (cof cof) Meanwhile, the bath was cold, wich gave me a special morning kick! We visited the Pelorinho and city center Area, were we found the traces of Portuguese Architecture and Culture, mixed with indian and African cultures that in the end produced the Baiano and/or the Brazilian. In the middle of the visit, I had this idea to take the yellow ...

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