Sol Bahia

Address: Rua Manuel Antonio Galvao, 1075, Salvador, State of Bahia, 41741-550, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua Manuel Antonio Galvao, 1075, Salvador, is near JK Memorial, Solar do Unhao, Museu da Gastronomia Bahiana, and Babagula.
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    Travel Blogs from Salvador

    A lifting experience in Salvador de Bahia

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Mar 18, 2015

    23 photos

    ... Rio Branco, slaves were brought for punishment — flogging in public added humiliation to pain and serving as a warning to other slaves. Salvador has the largest concentration of colonial-era buildings in the New World. Among them are several magnificent cathedrals of which we would soon find out. In this square, we were greeted by some rather colourful ladies. I didn’t stop to ask them for their story but they are on most pictures and maps so must be part ...

    Salvador: The Real Adventure Begins

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Nov 05, 2014

    181 photos

    ... enjoyable. these include golf courses, museums and even an old 17th century fort. Anyone wishing to visit Salvador Brazil will find their trip to be entertaining, fun and full of wonderful memories.Visiting a Salvador beach is a highlight for many tourists. One of the main central Salvador beaches is Porto de Barra. It was originally the site of the first settlement of european newcomers to Bahia. It can get very crowded on weekends. The northeast region ...

    Seventh Heaven

    A travel blog entry by mattlee18 on Jul 07, 2014

    ... on one side of me and once Giles had nicked my seat, a Mexican on the other. My encounter with the Mexican summed up what the World Cup is all about. He spoke very little English and my Spanish can be described as basic at best. He fulfilled every Mexican stereotype, sombrero, poncho, Mexican shirt and moustache. Every time Arjen Robben touched the ball he booed and waved his arms around, to get on his side I made a diving gesture which he enjoyed a great deal. We ...

    Day 3 - monkeys, movies, malls & other adventures

    A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 05, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... But it's all good. I learned some words. I've started writing down words I hear often that I don't know and asking the Rosaneli's about them when I get home so I can learn more. It's helping I think.

    We came home after that and went to bed. It was another really good day. Oh, and by the way I'm only posting on the blog the pictures that I take on my phone. All the ones on my camera I will do once I get back home. ...

    Don't go that way!

    A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Apr 26, 2014

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... groups hanging around old cars and lounging on the pavements, towards the main road where police were standing watchful with guns in hand ready to shoot rather than holstered! Needless to say we didn't hang around and made our way to the safety of the ship and to the comfort of an air conditioned lounge. We leave South America tonight and spend 6 straight days at sea, crossing the Atlantic until we stop for a day in our old stomping ground of ...