Pousada Villa Carmo

Address: Rua do Carmo, 58, Salvador, State of Bahia, \N, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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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

    ... buses to Iguatemi.Get aroundBy footThere are a number of transportation options available in Salvador, including taxis, buses and car rentals. the bus fares are quite affordable, although the taxi fares can be quite expensive if one is

    The old city center can be easily explored on foot. To get between the upper and lower sections, take the Elevador Lacerda or the cable car, remember to take small change as the fare is just R$0.15. The ...

    They think it's all over....

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 19, 2014

    19 photos

    ... away with anything when you look a bit German.

    The next morning I switched hostels to my preferred choice just a minute down the street. I hated that random hostel. The sheets were covered in plastic. They didn't have any drinking water and the toilets were blocked. Why do people stay in places like this. My new hostel was so much nicer and the people were cool too. Met a half american, half scouse girl (with the accent to match) and an English guy and ...

    Happy Santa Barbara Day!

    A travel blog entry by aniemi on Dec 04, 2013

    27 photos

    ... part of the city and it is another UNESCO World Heritage site. It is known as the Pelourinho. It is unique in Brazil because of it's concentration of Afro-Brazilians. They believe there were about 9 million indigenous people in Brazil when the Europeans arrived. Of these a small percentage practiced cannibalism. Unfortunately for the Europeans the first Catholic Bishop in Salvador was eaten by cannibals.
    We saw the traditional dress of Bahian ...

    Goodbye Brazil!

    A travel blog entry by kirsty.md on Mar 06, 2013

    ... random I know). After a while we got back in to the car. We were not able to visit the Modern Art Museum as it wasn't open til the afternoon and we were then unable to visit a Condoble house as the road to it was closed. Instead my guide drove me around a lake with some large statues of African ladies and then took me back to my hostel. I had been out 2 hours. Needless to say I was very annoyed! I had expected most of the day and a tour of the city, ...

    Bahia by Night - Cultural Extravaganza

    A travel blog entry by jabu74ni on Jul 24, 2012

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... in concealing dress, Ogun in blue and Oxossi in green and doing their characteristic dance.

    After the Orixas, came the Capoeira dancers, so far this was the most impressive Capoeira I have seen, the agility, skill and accuracy of the dancers was just amazing. It is clear to see just how this fighting style was used so successfully in defending the African free states of Brazil during the period of enslavement.