Hotel Casa Capricho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... was to leave the next day... We had drinks and amazing quesadillas at Granada's best attempt at an Irish pub, O'shea's. The street was full of entertainment. One performance that comes to mind is the Gigantona, representing the arrogance and domination of Spaniards (represeneted by a tall white Spanish woman in a colorful dress) over local men from yesteryear. Initially intended as a political statement by the people, it is ...
George and others climbed the bell tower in Iglesia La Merced for a view over the city to the lake; I sat recovering from heat stroke. Did I mention that it was HOT?
Not far from the churches was and area ...
... become the norm, as these larger than life engaging characters take centre stage. Enter Perry Coalmon. The stage was 'Imagine', a John Lennon tribute bar. Despite the bars theme, two carefree Americans were playing a bunch of Neil Young tunes, but respectfully ended with a rendition of 'Norwegian Wood'. We hadn't spoken with Perry before he returned from the toilet to find that his barstool had been nabbed by some unruly lad snaking some skirt. Perry ...
At 9am we are in a tourist shuttle/mini-van driving through extremely arid farmland north of Managua, heading south. They tell us they haven't seen as much rain as usual this year and it shows. After sitting in Managua rush hour traffic for over three hours, we are on the road south to Granada.
The colourful colonial town is right on the north-western ...
Granada is the 4th largest city in Nicaragua. Just like Leon, it is full of beautiful Spanish colonial restored architecture, vibrant markets and charming coffee-shops. It is hot in Granada. Most of the drivers are honking their way through the traffic.
By a coincidence we discovered the 'Cafe de las Sonrisas' (Cafe of Smiles). This coffee-shop is unique because all of ...