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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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant

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        Travel Blogs from Salvador

        Day 59

        A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Mar 31, 2015

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        ... few years ago I was sitting beside Emmo at a pre drinks and he kept reiterating to anyone that would listen that "we were all in the prime of our health and height of our sexual powers and to embrace that fact". Over the two hours we were there no matter what topic we discussed it would always end with Emmo announcing his catchphrase. He's a class act. We learned the basic history of Salvador and he brought us to churches and viewpoints but after an hour we'd had enough. When ...

        Salvador: The Real Adventure Begins

        A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Nov 05, 2014

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        ... Sa Su 10am-5pm. — A museum that documents the slave trade and subsequent development of the city. R$ 5.

      • Museu de Arte da Bahia (Art Museum of Bahia), 7 de Setembro 2340. 1-7pm Tue-Fri, 2-7pm Sat & Sun. Set in an attractive neocolonial building, the Museu de Arte da Bahia showcases works from Bahian artists, with paintings by JosÚ Teˇfilo de Jesus (1758–1817) and drawings by Argentine artist CarybÚ. ...


        A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 15, 2014

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        ... a little girl of about 12 years old was able to get into the stadium with a much larger noise maker than Marshall's. The folks at the gate must have gotten word about this rowdy Richmond native! In all honesty, American fans were quite festive and represented in amazingly large numbers. This was a great sight to see since it clearly illustrates the growing support of the "beautiful game" in the United States. And while our team surprised many and ...

        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. ...


        A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 04, 2014


        ... 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 ...