Hospedaje La Libertad

Avenida 14 de Septiembre, Granada, 1000, Nicaragua | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Granada

Drunken stories and drunken arguments....

A travel blog entry by josiejojo


The bus back to Leon was pretty quick and straight forward, we were dropped on the edge of town where we caught a collectivo to the bus station, where it took a while to actually find the buses, and then we caught a shuttle bus direct to Managua. I'd read there were more shuttles over the road from where we were dropped off, and not to listen to …

It's the final countdown!

A travel blog entry by andyandott

Another very productive day doing not a lot today. The common theme being doing whatever we can not to completely melt under this what can only be described as inhumane heat during the day.

We spent the morning dossing around the hostel, a combination of in our room with the fan on full blast striped boxer short \ bikini naked on the bed …

Hey hey we're the monkees.

A travel blog entry by andyandott


After must deliberation we decided to take a tour today to reserva natural volcan mombacho. We are not keen on tours and anything quoted in american dollars generally means you are paying over the odds. However the bus from the entrance to the park up the volcano only went at 8 and 9am and we would have to get there first! I didn't fancy the hike …


A travel blog entry by andyandott


When we wake up we are delighted to find that we have running water. For the first time in 2 days we had a proper shower. Cold, obviously, but in this tempurature and humidity the value of hot water is seriously diminished. Decide to get a taxi to the bus station and jump on a bus to Granada, the colonial and tourist capital of Nicaragua. We were …

Granada: A city between volcanoes

A travel blog entry by mrlinoleum


Granada, een van de twee historisch gezien belangrijkste steden, was een aangename verrassing voor ons. Hoewel uitermate toeristisch, waren we onder de indruk van de koloniale mooiheid van deze oude stad. Bepaalde gebouwen bezitten nog steeds de grandeur die ze hoogstwaarschijnlijk tijdens de Spaanse koloniale tijd tevens uitstraalden. Andere …


    TravelPod Member ReviewsHospedaje La Libertad Granada

    Reviewed by ndwilliams1

    Not bad. Good price.

    Reviewed Apr 27, 2011
    by (1 review) , Honduras Flag of Honduras

    Friendly staff and chill atmosphere. Large kitchen area, large "relaxing" area with an outdoor garden and plenty of hammocks. My only complaint was that the bathrooms were constantly full of water since there were no shower curtains in the private showers. It would be nice to use the toilet without having to wade through a pool of water. For only around $5 per night for a dorm bed, it was good.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hospedaje La Libertad Granada

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

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