Pousada Porto Da Lua

Rua Rodrigues Alves, 98, Salvador, State of Bahia, 83280-000, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salvador

The Warriors for God Return

A travel blog entry by frankcullins


This is my last morning in Brazil and I am up at 6 AM. We were loaded on a bus to go to the airport after having our breakfast of watermelon, fried egg and biscuit. It took us about 30 min. to make it to the airport.

After we got there we all got in line but one of the attendants for the airlines told Claude and I that we were old enough and had one bag each to check so we were sent to a no waiting line to check in. It only took us about 5 ...

Salvador, the start of Carnival

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... few ports of the cruise gave us many chances to view church interiors. Also effecting our decision was the excitement on the streets that were beckoning us deeper into the city and the Carnival preparations. We selected once side street that was full of activity and started walking down the street. Down was a word chosen to also indicate that the street ran down a moderately steep incline and continued on until another smaller square at the bottom of the hill. We passed ...

Samba in Salvador

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

... where many people would participate in the singing, dancing and general joie-de-vivre.

Taxi and mini-bus drivers accosted us as we walked out of the port area and followed the crowds into the town. There were a few shops which were not yet open, but on every street corner were carts with cool-boxes selling Skol lager and Brahma beer, three cans for five reaďs (less than a ...

Morro de Sao Paulo and Salvador

A travel blog entry by laurams


... visit the picturesque Historic centre of Pelourinho, which is renowned for its Portuguese colonial architecture with historical monuments dating from the 17th through the 19th centuries and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985.

As I was going to have lunch, there was a woman eating food from the bin...so I bought her something to eat, and as I gave it to her, all she said was: "what about my drink?" !!!!! Wtf!!?? No!!

A ...

3 knots = 3 wishes

A travel blog entry by v-nessa


Today's excursion was a 4 hour roundtrip overview of Salvador da Bahia. Bahia, as the locals call it, has 2,5 million people and according to our tour guide, 365 churches, one for each day of the year.

The most famous one is the church "Nosso Senhor de Bonfim". Bonfim means “good end”. If I remember correctly, it was built by a seafarer that got into a storm and promised ...


This hotel, located on Rua Rodrigues Alves, 98, Salvador, is near Porto da Barra, Mercado Modelo, Dique de Tororo, and Itapoan.
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