Pousada Poesia

Rua da Poesia 118, Salvador, State of Bahia, 41635-630, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua da Poesia 118, Salvador, is near Solar do Unhao, Babagula, and Centro de Terapia em Surf.
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    Travel Blogs from Salvador

    Beaches of Brazil

    A travel blog entry by turnleftatrio on Jul 06, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... We both laughed, we knew something like this was bound to happen, we both 'had a feeling' during the fuss in Natal. We actually found a great little hostel once we could find internet and actually research, for the first time, the place we were in! We ended up staying for four nights so that we wouldn't have to travel on our anniversary and so that we didn't miss any football games. It was a surprisingly nice time, we ate out, explored the neat little city, finally caved in and had ...

    In Arembepe to Stay a While This Time...

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jun 20, 2014

    53 photos

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    Our last evening in Arembepe was different. Claudia and Luiz had a small goodbye dinner party for us. The table was full of the delicious flavors of Bahia, bottles of wine and beer and we were surrounded by friends whom we had met during our stay. Saying goodbye to Arembepe was bitter sweet; bitter in that we were truly sad to leave and sweet in that we had realized we had found a place in the world that truly felt like home, however far away we actually ...

    First Stop, Salvador

    A travel blog entry by niblet on Mar 04, 2014

    3 photos

    ... decided to try a local delicacy- a kebab stick with what looked like a block of corn on it. It is cooked on a stove that looks like an old black metal bucket with a few embers inside. The "corn" is then chargrilled on both sides and dipped into a bag filled with oregano. It was only when I took my first bite I realised it was not corn but a type of cheese similar to halloumi which made a very welcome snack.

    One of the first things that struck us was that the locals are ...

    Day 1 in Salvador

    A travel blog entry by jferreira83 on Sep 20, 2013

    1 photo

    ... litle glimpse of Bahia inspiration. In the end of the day, we went down to lower city (cidade baixa) using the Lacerda Lift. We end the day eating a peanut Sorvete (ice cream) in the lift view point on the upoercity part. For The dinner, we toke a Bus to the Largo Da Matiquita in the other side of Salvador. We ate soups and pasteizinhos sorroubded by a vibrant square full of energetic Brazilians. Later, we returned to the center, give a small ride in pelô and back to ...

    Pipoca to Camarote

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Feb 11, 2013

    10 photos

    ... paints left out in reception - it was luck of the draw and whilst some were artistic, others were more drag queen style! With new headresses purchased and a kiwi bird mascot in tow, we wove our way forward along the long line of blocos back to 'our street' and my favourite caipirinha man. We didn't stop long though before three of us headed back along all the blocos...I think we walked about 12km and whilst it was at a slow shuffle pace, it's no wonder my feet were throbbing at the ...