Pousada Villa Carmo

Address: Rua do Carmo, 58, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40.301-380, Brazil | 4 star hotel
 
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      Game Days #3 an #4

      A travel blog entry by vanhise on Jun 30, 2014

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      June 30th was the game in Brasilia between France and *****ia. The crowd was overwhelmingly in favor of the Africans (apparently no one likes the French). It was an exciting game in absolutely perfect weather. *****ia held their own but the French finally won. This sets us up for a Germany/France game on July 4th - two soccer powerhouses plus I get …

      Bahian beaches and a whole lotta culture

      A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on Jul 17, 2014

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      ... it was under renovation. Maria, a Portuguese woman doing a doctorate on Bahian culture was very welcoming however and we talked for about an hour on all things art in Bahia. After she showed us around the workshops (they hold painting, gardening, printing etc classes every week and people can use them for free) and showed us a great view of a small favela perched just above the sea, we headed back towards Pelourinho. Although we didn't see much art we did learn quite a bit ...

      Fourth day - Church, beaches, and Americans

      A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 06, 2014

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      ... hmmm, similar a little bit to sorbet, but not as frozen. Very smooth with bananas and granola. Yummy! I talked some with my American friend and, over time, about 10 more people somehow joined us at our table. By this time, I was exhausted. We went back to the house and there we're some friend's of the Rosaneli's there, the people whose house we watched the soccer game at, and also bolo de cenoura, which is carrot cake, but not at all like American carrot cake. I was so ...

      I Believe That We Will... Lose in Extra Time

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jun 30, 2014

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      ... just pick a city they want to visit and get tickets for a knockout-stage game there. Salvador is probably the second most popular World Cup city after Rio, so there was an eclectic mix of fans present. There were French, Germans, Swiss, Columbians, Koreans, Japanese, even a group of eight Icelanders who were hoping the U.S. would play its Icelandic player, Aron Johannson. And then, of course, there were the Belgians, almost all of whom were class ...

      Candomblé - Brazilian Voodoo Cults

      A travel blog entry by igowander on Jun 02, 2013

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      ... than speaking in tongues which equally freaks me out and is equally incomprehensible to me. I just want to know this. If this stuff is real, why hasn't it happened to me? Im not complaining.

      At some point in the ceremony the girl sitting one row in front of me got weak in the knees and had to be held up by her friends or family. I looked at Jeana like, oh my gosh, what's wrong with her! I was sure she was just dizzy from the heat or having a heart attach ...