Gran Hotel Sula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- 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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... record will unfortunately continue into the future.) And she had no relevant skills. With support from Canada Magna was given support to buy a quantity of clothes at a wholesale value, and then with the baby in a stroller, Magna would walk the streets knocking on doors and trying to sell her clothing. At first she was doing fairly well. Then she made the mistake of giving some people credit, and then of course she couldnīt get the money from them. The death ...
... concerns, in the new mining law (scripted with Canadian help). "The law includes “miserably” low royalty rates compared with other Latin American countries that are also disproportional to the tremendous revenues mining companies make. In the case of Goldcorp’s San Martin mine, it is estimated that the company extracted the equivalent of $290 million USD in gold over seven years based on average prices at the time. This is roughly what Honduras accumulated in ...
... there, and he finds it to be a good place to escape to because often even his cell phone cannot connect to the outside. Many homes however have cable TV so it is not totally isolated. San Luis Planes is a village known to produce great coffee. It is 1300 m. above sea level and some of the coffee groves climb the sides of the mountains up to 1600 m. Melo suggested that we invite Ana Lessy and her daughter to accompany us as Ana had been with the retreat group last year. She ...
... after dinner. And Friday was beach day!
We packed in over 70 people on the bus for the beach, including tables, chairs, and water jugs. But Milton let me plug in my phone so we had some awesome music to rock out to for the ride there and back. And we got to stop for licha on the way there AND the way back! Licha, if you don't know, is like Lychee, and one of my favorite snacks here! So yummy. Got a couple bags and shared with everyone so I didn't get to eat too many. ...
... family, so Carlos was somewhere between brother and friend. He was also perhaps Melo's "go to" person who knew the situation and what to do to resolve problems. The mass was traditional but with great ease and informality. Melo was traditionally vested, but Melo needs no books or scripts. All the prayers were from the heart. Sandra presented a panel board with sticky notes from the colleagues at ERIC and RP. After the mass people stayed and were served ...