Villa Romana Hotel

Address: Rua Prof. Lemos de Brito, 14, Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua Prof. Lemos de Brito, 14, Salvador, is near Historic City Center, Pelourinho, Olodum, and Barra.
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Travel Blogs from Salvador


A travel blog entry by helen_rae on Mar 09, 2015

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So, after our earlier and upgraded flight we arrived in Salvador. Salvador in the capital of the Bahia state and has a massive African influence - from the dress, food and dance. Our hostel was in the Pelourinho area. Unfortunately the hostel was really quiet but was run by two really nice ladies. We spent our time here exploring the city - Rachel had the map so I was treated to ...

Salvador: The Real Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Nov 05, 2014

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  • Bohemia Music Bar, Jardim Brasil. The comfortable atmosphere, live music, and a varied menu make this a popular pick-up spot. The places often checks for IDs at the entrance.
    • Fourth day - Church, beaches, and Americans

      A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 06, 2014

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      ... try later in the week. I was really surprised when I heard English, because there was no accent and I guess I'm just used to hearing Portuguese now. Of the three people paddleboarding, I think the one girl was American. After I took some pictures we went to the actual beach.

      This beach was like paradise. Exactly how you would imagine a Brazilian beach to be. Kids were playing soccer, there were big waves and lots of kite surfers, palm trees, rocks, sand, ocean. ...

    Pedro's Magical Mystery Tour

    A travel blog entry by mattlee18 on Jul 03, 2014

    The day after the USA Belgium match was a football-free day before the quarter finals kicked off the next day. Salvador and the state of Bahia were celebrating their independence from the Portuguese on the 2nd July so the city was awash with people, music and colour. The streets were even busier than they were for the previous day's match as the locals had come out to celebrate. We wandered around and sampled some street food; even Clean Shirt mustered up the courage ...


    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Feb 14, 2014

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    ... breakfast, followed by a more intensive walk through the streets of Pelerhino (the historical centre) with our new French friends Guillaume and Claire. After lunch we headed to the beach in Barra (pronounced Baha.) The beach was nice but not up to the standards of what we were used to. It was also overly polluted by plastic bottles, bags and cups. It's a real shame to see them all come to the beach for the day and just leave their rubbish. In the evening we got scammed for the ...