Pituacu Praia Hotel

Av Jardim Iracema 27, Salvador, State of Bahia, 41740-370, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salvador

Don't go that way!

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... cobbled streets. Only when we got back to the lift did we realise we were 10 cents short, yes 1.3p. We did think about trying to pay part cash and part mints or lady products, they are the only other things we had with us, but in the end we decided to walk. How to get down safely? John decided that after 4 months of not speaking much Spanish he would ask a policeman for directions and did so in pretty good Spanish. The only problem is that we are ...


A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... and probably not the last. A really helpful guy said he worked for a restaurant and brought us the menu as we sat in the square out in front. He delivered us caipirinhas at a cheap price and took our order. 10 minutes later he came and said we had to pay now for the food and alarm bells went off for all of us, but no one said anything. Well needless to say the food never turned up but thankfully all we had ordered was batata frittas (potato chips) so it was a cheap lesson. Next ...

Salvador: the African soul of Brazil

A travel blog entry by alexennis269


... night the streets are alive with music. Bands play great Samba outside restaurants and bars and we even find a small square with a percussion group concert in full swing.

The next day we visit the Afro-Brazilian museum, where the roots of Brazil´s African population are preserved. We learn that ``Pelourinho´´ actually means ``whipping post´´ in Portuguese and that the name was borrowed from the chilling fact that there used to be a post in the central square ...

Carnival! YEEEEW!

A travel blog entry by beersabroad


... Some of the details herein may be a little sketchy or completely left out due to amnesic events.

Carnival in general:
Loudest most heart thumping speakers I've ever felt strapped to a semi trailer loaded up with 2 levels including a stage piled up with beaming strobes and disco lights, bongos, drums, bass and guitar, dj's singers, dancers and a famous singer or rapper, all followed by hundreds of people dancing their tits off in roped off ...

Sun and Samba in Salvador

A travel blog entry by rhampshire


... a really interesting city, its very different from Rio, up in the North East of Brazil they have different accents almost like african because of the heavy influence of the african culture from the slave days. The african influence is also in the music and food etc. We booked a hostel in an area called Barra which turned out to be a nice area of Salvador, really close to the beach and quite safe.


This hotel, located on Av Jardim Iracema 27, Salvador, is near JK Memorial, Solar do Unhao, Museu da Gastronomia Bahiana, and Babagula.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Pituacu Praia Hotel Salvador

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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