Web Hotel Salvador
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... this evenings entertainment, in this case, in the aptly named Platinum Theatre (in keeping with the precious gems/metals theme), Commendante Rafaele Pontecorvo was there to personally welcome all guests, shake their hands, Say<i> ‘welcome, how are you?’</i> in the language he was prompted by his assistant depending on the origin of the guests, and finally have a photo taken. Having seen the result of our photo, the Captain looks like a rabbit ...
... and soft sandy beaches are welcoming for families and children. In the city south, there is an array of beautiful beaches that include Tinhare and Boipeba.Buy
Shopping Center IguatemiSalvador shopping is the bargain hunters paradise. There is nothing that you cannot find in a mall. If you plan to buy popular art, crafts and clothing, check the small stores at the Old Town or head to the Mercado Modelo (Model Market). Locals like to shop at ...
... came to naught. But when we got in, we were able to link up again. We found a great spot close to the middle section. And joined the festive Brazilians in dancing and singing…drinking and chatting. They even had a zip line running and folks were zip lining from one end of the fan fest to the other. Though it annoyed me that folk were zip lining during the game. I mean what gives! This is Brazil…and the World Cup?! In my mind, ...
We left Diamantina at 3 am an had a flat tire in a pitch black nowhere, Nataliya stressed but we managed 300 km with the spare tire and made it to salvador where we stayed at residence Bossa Nova in Itapua by the beach GREAAAAAAT PLACE. We got the ticket for the game arranged by Paul and we joined him and some friends to the stadium. It was really an amazing experience especially that it was ...
... end of the night...I was pickpocketed for the first time :(. My wallet was nicked by a guy who ran into me in the street, and hugged me - clearly intoxicated but I struggled to push him off me - and I didn`t notice until later that it was missing. They didn`t get much, and the lesson was well learned, I`m sure we`ll experience similar and different approaches at other points in the trip but hopefully next time I`ll recognise it for what it is.
On our last ...