Solar Bahia Hotel

166 Av Simon Boliva, Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil | Hotel
Prices starting from $45.00

Travel Blogs from Salvador

A Brush With The Law

A travel blog entry by mattlee18

... passion and enthusiasm has to be admired, if a little out of place in a true football environment. With tickets still in hand we headed back in the direction of the stadium to find TTB and Clean Shirt, we were met with scores of people trying to sell tickets for any price they could get and it became clear we weren't going to make any money on our extra tickets.

As we wandered round looking for a buyer we eventually got an offer, half of the face value for ...

Slaves and Saints

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska


... in the sugar plantations. Brazil was the last country to abolish slavery and as mentioned in my blog for Recife this happened on the 13/05/1888. Our tour guide pointed out places where slaves were held for slave auctions and explained the evolution of “mulatto” people from the intermingling of the Portuguese, Dutch, African and Brazilian Indian people. She explained to us that there are still currently two levels of city in Salvador – the upper city ...

Salvador - day 2

A travel blog entry by migas


... again in elevador lacerda having lunch at a small cheap place. Joao ordered a ensopado de galinha and me a americano without ham. It was ok. Nothing special. After this we head to barra.. Beach place with some historical reminiscenses from the portuguese. It was nice to see the people on this environment so relax and happy. We put our feets in the water and felt great! Water was kind of warm. Our idea after was to go to modern art museum jazz sessions. But ...

Fool On The Hill

A travel blog entry by donmiller


... the sun to go down.
As I am doing right now.

Sitting under an awning at a restaurant on the town square. A town
square with cathedrals on 3 of the 4 sides. The double sized beers a
come relatively cheap. Which is convenient because its going to be a
while before the sun sets.

The downside of drinking in tropical environment, geographic or themed,
is that the music is usually ...

Salvador, the start of Carnival

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... tobacco crops came African slaves brought to the new world to work in the high heat and humidity because most Europeans were not accustomed to working in such a harsh environment. The African slaves strived in this harsh environment of high heat and high humidity. Today the majority of the residents of Salvador are of African Slave decent. The roots of Africa can clearly be seen in the culture of the area. Many African Religions are practiced here in this port along ...


This hotel, located on 166 Av Simon Boliva, Salvador, is near JK Memorial, Solar do Unhao, Museu da Gastronomia Bahiana, and Babagula.
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