Gran Hotel Sula
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Wake up early.Took a taxi to the ferry station.
Ate fresh chicken empanada and coffee at the ferry port.
Took the Galaxy Wave ferry to La Ceiba,It was 1 and a half hour long.
The water was calm because it is AM.
Took a taxi to the bus station.. Obtained tickets for the bus fo San Pedro Sula at 230 PM.
While waiting walk to a …
Hi everyone! I arrived safely after a bit of a rough start. My plane from Atlanta had mechanical problems so they kept delaying our flight. It was supposed to leave at 9:40am, but they told us after a while that we might be able to leave around 3pm, but in the meantime they would try to find a new plane for us to borrow. Anyway, we ended up leaving …
Stopped here to see chidlrens home, Hogar Luz. Visit with Pastor Misael at La Cosecha Church. Then retired to our room at Gran Hotel Sula. Ilove this hotel, good people, nice food, and in the middle of town.
T and I traveled to Honduras with our friends Kelby and Gretchen in July 2006. We chose Honduras for a couple of reasons: we wanted somewhere cheap, T and I happen to love Central America, and we wanted a combination of beach and culture. Honduras definitely fit all of the aforementioned criteria. It was an affordable destination with a rich …
As a result of our harrowing ferry experience, Martin and I opted to fly back to San Pedro. At USD $106 per person it was well worth it and saved us quite a bit of time as, besides bypassing the ferry crossing (which I understand is rough even on good days), we didn't have to travel overland from La Ceiba back to San Pedro Sula. (Steve later …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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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