La Casa Rosada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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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 ...
I'm feeling twenty twwooooo!! On our birthday we travelled to Copan, celebrating in three countries on our way: El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. We had an early start and nowhere was open for breakfast, so the extremely kind and generous hotel staff cooked us a breakfast in their own homes! The journey was easy and the border crossing from El Salvador to Guatemala was a breeze, getting all of us through in under ten minutes! Guatemala itself seemed a lot more ...
... certainly for everyone else's.
By late afternoon I could feel a siesta coming on. Not sure if it was the four hour hour bus trip or the heat, but I was struggling to stay awake and went and had a kip. Two hours later I woke up and felt like I had been drugged. A quick shower and I came around again. After dinner and a quick stroll around the small town, I decided catch up on a little reading. The hostel seemed relatively quiet and the other guests were mostly ...
We left San Salvador this morning making our first stop at Joyas de Ceren, an archaelogical site discovered in the 1970's when land was being cleared for grain silos. Buried under 14 layers of volcanic material, this outlier village was a treasure trove of everyday objects. It is thought that the inhabitants had to leave as the volcano threatened their village, ...
... that we should be prepared for something similar. And as luck would have it, it was, as the hotel told us they were full and completely denied the legitimacy of our reservation (in full printout) or even the internet booking site that arranged it. It was New Year's eve and hotel rooms were going at premium.
The couple actually walked with us to a nearby hotel to see if they had rooms but we found their rates unreasonably high. A ...