Sol Victoria Marina
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSol Victoria Marina Salvador
Chambre pas soignée, AC ne marchait pas, L'Internet en bas ne marchait pas et dans les chambres il fallait payer 25€ pour le wifi.
Le petit déjeuner était dégueulasse et le personnel ne parlait pas bien anglais mais bon l'anglais c un problème partout au Brésil .
Vraiment un hôtel à éviter.
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... like Rio de Janeiro), and you will frequently see drivers attempting dangerous overtakes on you. Pedestrians are also careless and unexpectely run to cross roads and streets. If you are not used to this type of traffic, consider asking for a private driver, which is possible on many car renting agencies. Renting a car may be a good idea if you plan to visit the beaches from the northern part of Bahia, with more time flexibility than allowed by ...
... scouse girl Rachel who was cool based purely on the fact that she had left Uni to work as an English teacher in Libya with no formal qualification and couldn't go back to her new job there, because the airport had just been blown up. I guess this is like the African equivalent of a 'snow day'. The other girl in our room was also cool. She had got herself a job in Bahia, working at a chocolate factory. This is the point where I'm annoyed I have a flight booked ...
... a tough time of it! They were lovely people, on their way for a night out, and they wanted to have dinner and party with us, but we decided on our aniversary to stay just the two of us. Luckily they picked us up, it was about 10km back to town!
The beaches were not all that great in Aracaju, so after our chilled time we excitedly headed on with our journey to the beaches of Bahia. We spent two nights in Salvador at a great little hostel, in the area of Pelourinho, which ...
... his nightly Capoeira classes.
Friday was spent exploring Pelhourino, walking along its cobblestone streets, admiring its colorfully painted colonial houses, passing by its numerous famous churches, artisan shops, bars serving local beer and fresh baby coconuts, Capoeiristas playing Capoeira in the plazas, all the while absorbing the Afro-Brazilian music that defines the State of Bahia. It was clear that the neighborhood ...
... to Cape Verde. We saw it in both places. Ken, it turns out, is not very good at it. Judge for yourselves in the pictures.
We then stopped for another Churrascaria lunch, this one wasn’t as good as the one two days ago. Then a bus tour around the city. The beaches are gorgeous and they go on and on. They do have favelas (slums) in Salvador, but they are a curious mix of the very poor and the middle class. You see tumble down homes right next ...