Alicante Hotel

Address: Col. La Sultana, San Salvador, C.A, El Salvador | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Col. La Sultana, San Salvador, is near West Bay Beach, National Museum (Museo Nacional), Arco de Santa Catalina, and Church of San Francisco.
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    On the way

    A travel blog entry by jsquaredink on May 04, 2015

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    May the forest be with you on May 4th.

    Toronto to San Salvador, El Salvador was a smooth 4 1/2 hr flight on Avianca Airlines. A Star Alliance with Air Canada - yeah Aeroplan Miles collected. We turned back the clock 2 hours and waited an hour for our connection.

    San Salvador to Quito, Ecuador was over 2 1/2 hrs and again all on schedule. We turned our watches forward 1 hour.
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    Welcome to El Salvador!

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 02, 2015

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    ... to the coast was under the cover of darkness and the windows of our drivers car were tinted, making me feel as if I was in a cave somewhere - which was probably good because I didn't really want to see where we were driving anyhow. We reached the Hostel El Balsamo (named after the region of beach - Bahia el Balsamo) and we followed the driver in. We arrived about 8pm. On the website it mentioned extra-large rooms, modern amenities a stocked bar and snack ...

    Copan Ruinas

    A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 30, 2014

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    ... Simple enough but we had to pay the entry fee of 20 quetzals each. Back in the van and an hours drive through Guatemala. We saw a couple of local transport options - utes packed with people standing in the back. I took a picture of one that had no fewer that sixteen people standing in the back. Border crossing number 2. Exit Guatemala - no problems. Enter El Salvador, the guy on the desk took ages typing our details into the computer, we paid our $3 each to enter and he handed ...

    Potholes and mountain roads

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... side. If this way one of those crazy rides at a fairgrounds it might have been fun. But this was for real so cars and trucks and buses were swerving all about the road trying to avoid holes and on-coming traffic (namely us). Melo drove for the first part and we stopped for lunch a a quite nice open restaurant (open in the sense that it was a covered outdoors patio type restaurant). The house special was chicken (as in gallina or older hen) soup. It was delicious - the broth ...

    Ruta del Guerrillero

    A travel blog entry by debbieluxon on Aug 02, 2014

    ... it's outcome, its death rate and it's duration was the fault of the Americans. If they had not been involved, the fight would have been between the Salvadorean Army and its government, and the Guerillero movement, which was where the disagreement lay. However the American's, who saw the Guerillero movement as a communist movement, powered the Salvadorean government giving them men, ammunition, planes and helicopters, in a total of $1 million a day. This ...