Hotel El Raizon

Address: Km 20 1/4 carretera a Masaya, Managua, Nicaragua | B&B
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This B&B, located on Km 20 1/4 carretera a Masaya, Managua, is near Tierra Tours: Granada, Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Guadalupe Church, and Nicaragua Mia Spanish School.
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      Managua City Tour

      A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Oct 19, 2014

      23 photos

      ... Presidencial, where Sandino and his men were executed in 1934; what looks like a dilapidated parking structure was for decades one of Nicaragua’s most notorious prisons and is now a small museum.

      Our next stop was the new cathedral but first we stopped at a squatters camp near the ...

      City life

      A travel blog entry by wanderingdragon on Sep 12, 2014

      26 photos

      ... fish from the pacific, so insane! There is a street in this town that would appear to be very touristy. Table and chairs set all down the street, good lighting, fresh colorful paint on the buildings. It ended up being a great mix of locals and travelers. We saw a fabulous flash mob from some kids doing all kinds of crazy street dancing. A bit of shopping along the street vendors led us right to our hostel for a 1/4 night of rest before heading to the airport in a taxi at 4 ...

      Hot, Hot, Hot

      A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Apr 27, 2014

      34 photos

      ... wheels and an engine with the power of a tractor, but with the noise of a plane at take-off; a piece of a museum as colorful on the outside as battered on the inside, with nonsense warnings about a one dollar fine for whoever will vomite in the bus and with seats designed for American children that somehow manage to bear the weight of local men and women and of some lanky Europeans like us. The co-star is the driver: the only human being who has the slightest idea on how to keep ...

      We made it!

      A travel blog entry by gse_nica2014 on Mar 23, 2014

      ... away from the hostel, and we smartly decided to walk there during the hottest part of the day so by the time we got there we were tired to say the least. But, what's a little heat when there is gardening to do! We got to digging, made some good progress digging some of the beds, and then hitched a ride back to the hostel in a couple of taxis. There are a lot of taxis and buses here. There are also a lot of dogs just wandering around ...


      A travel blog entry by greld on Feb 05, 2014

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      ... by myself. I have to admit, I was a bit intimidated. Most people in Jinotepe don't speak English and there's not a lot of tourist action that I can tell, so I was forced to get around on the little Spanish I know. I decided to stick close to home on Monday and on Tuesday explore the markets. There are open air markets selling fresh produces and clothes and on Tuesday, I discovered the covered markets, which were basically this never ...