Provence Pituba Apart Hotel

Address: Rua Paraiba 250 , Salvador, State of Bahia, 41830-100, Brazil | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Rua Paraiba 250 , Salvador, is near JK Memorial, Solar do Unhao, Museu da Gastronomia Bahiana, and Babagula.
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Travel Blogs from Salvador

Salvador: The Real Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Nov 05, 2014

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Leaving Rio For Salvador

On November 5th, our twelve member group, by now fast friends or at least quite friendly, left with our guide, Koen, from Rio to Salvador and, for me, the real adventure began to the Brazil I had never seen.

We stayed in the Sheraton Da Bahia hotel and first thing after arrival, we had an orientation walk around town and bumped into the start of a parade, so chatted with the ladies and gents in their traditional ...

Bahian beaches and a whole lotta culture

A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on Jul 17, 2014

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... Brazilians around us. We arrived on the island and checked into Pousada Sossego - a bit off the main square and surrounded by jungle and palm trees so very peaceful (which we later found out is what Sossego means in Portuguese!) decided to hit the beach - they are either very practical here or just waaay too laid back to name their beaches so they are simply First, Second, Third and Fourth beach. We plumped for second where the main action was and spent the afternoon reading ...

Salvador do Bahia

A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 07, 2014


... day. She walked us through neighborhoods that overlooked the bay with gorgeous views. She showed us historic churches and spoke about life in Salvador. She pointed out the various and numerous wall art and graffiti that adorns the stone walls and buildings on every block. Heather was most fascinated by this and always wanted to stop and take pictures. By the time we arrived in Rio, I realized that I should just stop and slow down every time we ...

Fourth day - Church, beaches, and Americans

A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 06, 2014

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... more to add to that answer. Anything with you guys. Just being with you all, even doing every day things, makes me extremely happy, and I want to soak it all in. At the moment it is looking like the next time I'll be in Brazil is when Vini and Carol are getting married, because I am poor, and also busy. So I just want as much time as I can have with you all, even if it is just playing games and guitar and joking in the house or taking walks on the beach. Adventure is ...

First Stop, Salvador

A travel blog entry by niblet on Mar 04, 2014

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... evenings where we would grab a can of beer and Smirnoff Ice from the tiled open bar and sit on the plastic chairs out on the pavement as the locals did- no fancy bars here. Tourism hasn’t really reached the town yet so I wouldn’t recommend it as a traditional holiday destination but it boasts a no-frills charm that’s ideal for someone that wants to be immersed in the ‘real’ Brazilian lifestyle.

Next Stop, Rio de Janeiro…