Pousada Porto Da Lua

Address: Rua Rodrigues Alves, 98, Salvador, State of Bahia, 83280-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua Rodrigues Alves, 98, Salvador, is near Mercado Modelo, Porto da Barra, Dique de Tororo, and Museu Afro-Brasileira.
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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

... little further to the northeast are the hip neighborhoods of Rio Vermelho and Amaralina, which feature a nightlife less geared to the foreign tourism industry. A decent bus ride beyond these is the neighborhood of Itapuă, which has an energetic beach side nightlife and relatively few foreign visitors. Northward from there are kilometers and kilometers of gorgeous beaches, all accessible by bus.
The bayshore coast north beyond Pelourinho features a ...

Beaches of Brazil

A travel blog entry by turnleftatrio on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... Tissue attached to nose I perched happily all day under my sun umbrella and drank in paradise. It really is stunning, and people stretch all along the beach so there's no crowding, everyone can have a front row seat to the bathers, dolphins and beach bums! There are some redonkulously pretty people on the beaches of Brazil, it's like they try to live up to that reputation. They have certainly inherited the bums and curves of the planet! Skinny definitely isn't in here! They even ...

In Arembepe to Stay a While This Time...

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jun 20, 2014

44 photos

... game we love to play at home, and that we made here using an egg carton for the game board and sea shells for the pieces. Noa became creative with her nails and makeup, using pieces of seaweed, in lieu of Q-tips, to apply.

Thankfully, the quiet, low key vibe of Arembepe we fell for when we arrived, did not change too much even as the World Cup madness took over much of this country. Don't get me wrong, all stores, including groceries, closed during ...

The old capital

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Mar 12, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... that he wishes that the owners and the government hadn`t let them fall so far into disrepair - he was scathing of the way that the old city had been dismissed. Instead of a standard tour in which you can see all of the tourist attractions, he promised and delivered a tour in which we saw the REAL city in all its poverty and disrepair...beautiful in its own way. He was particularly in love with a quaint little 100-year-old barbershop that he frequented for haircuts ...

Hmmmm.... not what I expected!

A travel blog entry by dianaford on Jun 08, 2013

... with a bit of homesickness, meant I wasn't having a good few days, which probably didn't help my enjoyment of my time in Salvador.

The next day I continued my wandering around, and went to the downtown section and to the market where I found an open top bus tour that I booked for the next day. And it was ok. Just ok.

However I did get to see the amazing Bomfim Church which is just so random. From the ...

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