Hotel Plaza San Martin
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free airport shuttle
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... somehow early in the morning had made "balleadas" for people. (Balleadas are considered to be somewhat of a treat - basically flat crepe like pancakes with refried black beans and cheese. One of the organizers of the "plantón¨ was Dunia Perez from ERIC/RP. By noon the protest was winding down and the banners and equipment were being gathered up for the return north to El Progreso. Melo and I however remained in Tegucigalpa as Melo had some meetings to attend. I was ...
... of fast food outlets. The main avenidas at times are quite wide and resemble main streets in the USA with a lot of businesses located along them. In all honesty, there wasn't that much to see for a tourist, but it felt a reasonably safe place (as big cities go) walking in this district.
I mean, how many times can you casually drop 'Tegucigalpa? Oh yes, I've been there' into conversation.
And you know I will given the first chance.
... In the mid-1920s, the government took over the building as the Palacio de los Ministerios, Ministerial Palace. The MIN opened its doors in this historic building in 2006.
When we entered the building for our tour, we found we had been pre-empted by schoolchildren. We waited for 30 minutes or so. While standing there with my camera I found out I could not bring my camera into the museum, a crushing blow.
During the ...
... couldn’t take anymore, and stopped for a tactical shoe lace tie,
allowing me to pass and not have to look and become his annoying look around
The hike to the waterfall was also annoying as had to spend
quite a bit of money to get into the national park (across the bridge and to
the other side) and wasn’t really going to my plan of living cheap since I went
over budget considerably with the diving course. (Ideally I’m trying to get ...
This has been an extremely busy week for Melo because of the elections and the presence in the country of many foreign delegations as official observers. Tuesday Melo got a call that he had to make a presentation in Tegucigalpa, the capital city 250 kms to the south, in support of a project for ERIC-sj, the investigation and human rights center for which Melo is the director.
Two members of his team accompanied Melo to help with the presentation and I ...