Gran Hotel Sula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGran Hotel Sula San Pedro Sula
Stay was pleasant.They have a good 24 houer coffee shop..as well as pool,CNN,flat screen Tv,gym,etc.
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... continued to gather until just after 6 pm and then the march began. It gets dark early in Honduras so as we neared the downtown area it was already dark and then the lights went out. This was not a coincidence but the political decision of the mayor to try to frustrate the march. However it only made the torches burn even more brightly and no one seemed to worry but it probably did prevent some from joining the march. What was incredible is that not only the downtown but ...
... equates to fifty cents, so I brought it up to our group. Guess how many tickets I sold? Give up yet? 290!!! That's $145 of their $800 goal, so we helped get them almost 25% of the way. Both Juan Carlos and Wilson were so appreciative and thankful and I love that we always have additional ways to help while we are down here. Wanna know who won the prizes? Denita got the first place prize, a roast chicken and a Pepsi, Michelle won a Pizza Hut Pizza (I know, ...
... factories. They were lucky that both of them had the same 4 days off for the Easter weekend. By far the majority of workers at GILDAN and many of the sweatshops are women. But men are also employed as the number of stations or tasks in such huge factories are many. The workers work 4 straight 11 hour shifts, and then have 4 days off. They are allowed a 15 minute lunch break but are pressured by the local supervisors to return to work quickly as not only the workers but ...
... and picked up Roxana who was quite asleep. The little girl, obviously unaware that I was holding her, put her arms around my neck and held on tightly. So for most of the vigil which was quite long with many readings, I had the privilege to hold this beautiful little child in my arms. She woke up just before communion so I put her down and she went over to some other children. I wondered at this scene, with Melo as main celebrant deferring totally to Olga, to accentuate her role as ...
... It's about a 45 minute drive from SPS to Cofradia. The road is 2 lanes but rather narrow around the hills that separate the cities. Driving is an art form in Honduras... creative... and scary! It's best not to look.
Once we arrived in Cofradia we met the rest of the Troches family, Mary, Katherine and Madeline, Mary's sister Digna Troches and her husband German, and many cousins, nieces, nephews and grandparents! We were warmly greeted ...