Arbol De Fuego Eco-Hotel

Address: Avenida Antiquo Cuscatian 11c, San Salvador, El Salvador | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Avenida Antiquo Cuscatian 11c, San Salvador, is near Mini Israel, Underground Ammunition Factory (Machon Ayalon), Dado Beach, and Banias Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from San Salvador

    On the way

    A travel blog entry by jsquaredink on May 04, 2015

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    ... time was1 am when we landed. At customs I was asked by the Agent whether I was married or single. Huh?? He let me in the country without my having to make a commitment. I was too tired to wonder if this was common practice or that I was just so attractive after many hours of travel!

    On the other side of the baggage claim area, Victor, our Tour Director from EF TOURS, was waiting for us ...

    Welcome to El Salvador!

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 02, 2015

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    ... we found was our host was feeding his kids from an open air kitchen, the hotel was on a dirt lot with a couple of hammocks. Primitive is too elegant a word. The room, albeit old and worn and rusty, worked at least for now. We were advised that there were no restaurants open that night (they did not serve food) and they offered us a warm beer. We took it. The next morning things looked a bit better. It was still a dirt lot, but just a few meters down the road was ...

    Copan Ruinas

    A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 30, 2014

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    ... back. Unstamped. I wonder if this is going to come back to bite us. As soon as we entered El Salvador I noticed that they have excellent roads. Our driver told us that the last two presidents have put a big emphasis on road building and that the road we were on was only 2 years old. I also noticed that there were almost no people on the roadside compared to Guatemala. The road we were on was a high mountain pass affording spectacular views. It was a really enjoyable ride and ...

    Potholes and mountain roads

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 07, 2014

    7 comments

    ... and with a rich blend of herbs - I would love to be able to make a soup like that!!

    After lunch I took over the driving so Melo could catch a nap. It was not a leisure drive, but at the same time it was a good experience, although I am sure the people behind me could feel my gear changes which were not always that smooth. When we had to stop for customs and immigration to leave Honduras and to enter El Salvador Melo took over the driving. His knowledge of the roads ...

    Ruta del Guerrillero

    A travel blog entry by debbieluxon on Aug 02, 2014

    ... fight far more unequal in power and might, and gave the Salvadorean people far more deaths. The crater in which he pointed to then had not meant to fall where it did. The army that the Americans supplied to the Salvadorean Army were untrained, and therefore often hit random pieces of landscape such as the one our Guerilla gestured to, or on some occasions innocent villages, instead of the men they attempted to aim at. The Guerillero's however would not ...