Dolphin Guest House

Address: Reparto San Juan, Granada, 505, Nicaragua | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Reparto San Juan, Granada, is near Iguassu Falls, National Theater (Teatro Nacional), Museo de los Ninos, and Orosi River Valley ( El Valle del Rio Orosi ).
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      Travel Blogs from Granada

      Granada - Estudia Espanol

      A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Mar 15, 2015

      45 photos

      ... expecting and hoping for a bit of exercise and to exert ourselves a little but the ‘hike’ was relatively easy and obviously not very far. We were driven almost to the top of the volcano which took out any significant ascent by foot.

      The crater we saw was completely filled in with dense cloud forest which was quite spectacular. With no quality vantage point it was difficult to capture on camera with the forest being so ...

      Crater Lake

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 06, 2015

      ... is "the best swim in the country." Not too sure about that, but it is big, I've swum in a few crater lakes in my time but this is defintiely the biggest. The crater bed also has a very steep drop off, and the wind created some fairly choppy waters.

      Here we just chilled out and grabbed some drinks and food. The sun shuffled off pretty quickly, but it wasn't until closer to 2 that it started to rain and get really miserable. Good job ...

      Granada - a tale of busses and hammocks

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Feb 18, 2015

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... you're safe!" We came into the lobby and suddenly my knees felt like they were going to give way, so I sat down. This is what happened: Moments after we left in the van, Victor, the owner who was in front picking out fruit from a vendor, became quite upset at how rude the van driver was to him. He got on the phone to complain to the Tour operators owner, who he knew well and had worked with for 7 years. The Tour guy said "What driver, that wasn't my driver!" That's when our ...

      El Tunco, El Salvador

      A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Dec 17, 2014

      25 photos

      ... places in Central America the sewage is untreated and goes straight into the nearest water source, usually a river that then feeds directly into the sea (only some urban areas in CA treat 10% or less waste, and the quality of the treatment is low). Unfortunately the main street with most of the cafes and restaurants in El Tunco was alongside such a river, so inevitably it smelt of raw sewage! Not exactly enticing! At the time ...

      Granada

      A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Dec 16, 2014

      7 photos

      ... was once thought to be "too dangerous" to travel to, but recently budget backpackers have been flocking here, and the tourist infrastructure has been springing up in their step. Now you can find every kind of traveller here. The grand colonial city was once the jewel of Central America. Built in 1524, it's the oldest city on the continent, and despite being almost burnt to the ground by an American pirate in the mid nineteenth century, it still stands in all its glorious beauty. ...