Travel Blogs from Salvador
... They seem to always give Brazil a hard time. Still nothing was harder than trying to get out of the fanfest after the game was over. Brazilians love to party, so the mood was not dampened by the tie game. The end of the game meant moving from one celebration (the game) to another (in the streets). But with all of us stacked up against each other, leaving the fanfest felt like the surest recipe for a trampling disaster! We were all ...
... Noa's request.
We thoroughly enjoyed Claudia's delicious dinners each night we stayed with her and Luiz, and never needing to think about groceries or cooking, but we equally found pleasure in shopping and coming up with our own recipes, using the freshest of coconuts, cassava roots, cilantro, ginger, etc., learning to create our own Brazilian style meals, once we moved down the beach to a condo with a kitchen. We also loved to swim in the calm ocean ...
... One of the most dynamic places during day and night time is Pelourinho, an UNESCO declared world heritage site with cobblestone streets, colorful colonial architecture and fantastic churches which also became the scenery of Michael Jacksons Music video "They don't really care about us". Apart from the restaurants, bars, shops and decorations in the streets, it is definitely one of the places where it is important to be very ...
... in Brazil 2 months, and we love this country. The people have lived here without war for 150 years!!! There are descendants of natives of various countries, and all of them live together with no separate communities like, for example, in the USA (Chinese, Indians, Russians, etc.). There are many economical problems, corruption and so on but people know to find time and place for fun. The biggest cities we can classify as follows: Rio - city of dream, Sao Paulo - business, Salvador - history and ...
... a long wayround to the ancient Colonial town of Sao Cristovao which turned out to be a bit of a non-event! The next day we headed south again to catch our flight from Salvador to Belo Horizonte but gave ourselves plenty of time to call in to a little town called Arembebe where there was said to be a decent restaurant. However on arrival we discovered a festival was about to take place and roads to the seashore were all closed. So we parked the car and set off to walk ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool