Hacienda la Esperanza
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a lot of pain afterwards.
After horse riding we went to get to know another coffee shop called Café San Rafael which can be found a little bit far from the Parque Central. Itīs supposed to have a good collection of wine and cheese. When we arrived there I realized that the wines that they offered werenīt good at all; the only “good” wine was Casillero del Diablo, but itīs a very massive commercial wine. The cheese was good but a little bit expensive for our ...
... A couple blocks away is Plaza Civica, site of the National Palace and the Catedral Metropolitana. A bustling market lines the sidewalk opposite the church. As we approached the entrance to the cathedral an older gentleman was exiting and stopped to speak to Hector; he shared that this was his first visit back home after 33 years living in Panama. He had fled El Salvador during war after 5 members of his family ...
Santa Rosa is built on top of a big jungly mountain, and there are cobblestone streets in the historic part of town. This is where I live in a hotel that has been converted into apartments for us. We get to use this awesome pool in the centre courtyard. The privacy in my room is not too great, because the windows in my bedroom literally look out onto the shared hallway, but I guess I can suffer with it until June.
... with us and they were quite adamant that they had to find out what was happening with the German game! Everyone was disappointed when there was no television at the border crossing, however I'm sure people would've stayed longer at the border if there were a television tuned into the game! We started our day by taking a shuttle bus from Antiqua to Copán and I ...
... trail towards the exit. So we went to have a look. An hour later, it finally ended. And wasn't that exciting!! Luckily there was a woman at the end of the trail selling mangos! ($1 for 4 small cut up mangos!). Lovely! We headed back into town and for lunch, we went back to the same breakfast cafe. It was cheap and great food! I tried some pupusas. Small round fried tortillas, 2 were filled with mushed up black beans and the other filled with cheese. ...