La Casa Rosada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... phones the police who might sometimes reluctantly come to the school. One morning Sabrina found four men lounging on the benches for the students and one was making it evident that he had a pistol tucked into his belt. Sabrina politely but firmly went over to them and told them that their presence was inappropriate, and they left with no fuss. She was polite and inoffensive and they knew that they shouldn't be there, having made the point that they could be there if they wanted. In ...
... icing. The jungle tradition on birthdays is to cut the cake with a machete. So Ingrid carefully hands us a machete and we cut one slice, before she quickly took it away from us - we looked a bit like a married couple cutting the cake together! Michelle (Australian) is part Sri Lankan and told us their tradition was to feed each other a slice of cake. Already a bit tipsy we did this before both having the same idea of smashing the slice of cake into the other person face. ...
Some down time and some culture. Visited the amazing Copan Ruins today, learned about the Mayan culture. Unfortunately it's a flying visit here as I need to catch the last bus to El Salvador before the transport shuts down for Easter weekend (Semana ...
... to make sure nothing was recorded as withdrawn.
Laundry was handed over at reception in the hostel for an expert to take care of. As I have a supply of half a dozen or so Adidas and Nike clima-fit type T-shirts which are easy to wash and dry relatively quickly, I can usually make one last a few days, but the weather has taken a decided turn for the hotter and add in a significant rise in humidity and the shirts definitely need to be changed more often. If not for ...
... and follow the signs. I'm actually a step down from the check-in level. It's somewhat dark and I'm a little unsure as to where I'm going, but with key in one hand and rolling bag in the other, I venture forth.
The dark stairway opens into another patio area like the hacienda in Antigua, but a great deal smaller. I walk past it and see a lovely sitting room on my right. It looks like someone's living room. I find my room just beyond the sitting room. It's pretty large ...