Hotel Boutique Villa Maya
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Boutique Villa Maya Managua
Travel Blogs from Managua
... loads of insects and birds. It was a good walk and we got to talking to our group members and chatted about loads of topics between panting and huffing. At the top we rested and were given some fruit to eat before we took a walk around the crater and lookout over the city and surrounds of Granada and the hazy lake and islands below.on our walk we got to see a 3 toed sloth and monkeys and birds. We also saw fumeroles which are holes in the earth where sulfuric hot vapors ...
... comes home from school at one. We ate lunch together. While we ate, he helped me practice body part words in Spanish and I translated them into English to help him prepare for his private English classes. Every day his cousin who is semi-fluent in English comes to the house to teach him.
After a quick siesta, I went with Graham up to the Mercado Viejo. The old market is full of beautiful handmade crafts and gifts. It's much nicer than ...
... We found a hostel (Hostel Liberdad) back in Granada for $15 a night for a private room. We had a warm shower (yay!) , a bed to sleep in for the night, and had a group dinner that included veggie burgers and fries. I got a glimpse of Granada but will have to return to explore it more in detail... All in all, quite an adventure, and I learned that I needed to start asking a few more questions as my travels continue...
... Today I read more of the William Walker book “Tycoon’s War”, visited Granada’s huge cemetario , then took careful notes about the rise and fall of the odious Samoza family but instead of blogging about it, I find myself admitting that I drive around Hood River without wearing pants OR mascara OR sucking in my stomach? What kind of travel blog is this anyway?
I'll stick in some pictures so you can start to piece things ...
... small park with monuments of some highly respected Nicaraguan poets and journalists. There were litters around the park and a few food carts selling fast food. The statues looked pathetic and obviously, there was no money to enshrine this historical landmark. Across the cobble stone street, the shops were painted in bright colors which helped made enliven the area.
A few minuted later we arrived at the plaza where the Basilica Cathedral de la Asuncion was built ...