Gran Hotel Sula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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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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... I told them any pictures
I took this trip I would print and bring back to them next summer. This sort of
started a little photo shoot, where EVERY kid wanted me to take an individual
picture of him or her. I may need to take out a personal loan next summer to
afford to print all of these pictures! They had so much fun and they are so
damn cute that every picture turned out great! This is also due to my new
camera lens (thanks Robert!)
... the victims of violence and exploitation, in women's rights, the struggle of indigenous peoples, and social communication. In particular there is a special attention paid to the problems of the mass migration towards the North of hundreds of thousands fleeing violence and extreme poverty.
I did not want to, nor could I, present a traditional or classic religious retreat. With much help from members of RP with whom I share a work room and computers, I was able to develop ...
... of the program was devoted to letting her sing some of her own beautiful compositions. The evening went well past my bedtime, being that I got up at 5 am to accompany RP reporters to the community of Barra Vieja. It was an exciting evening, just listening to these women talk about their work and their difficulties.
It made me think of my feminist mentor in Toronto, my dear Kathleen, how she would have loved to meet these strong beautiful women in ...
... which for obvious reasons does not want detainees to be quickly deported. The USA has one of the highest per capita incarceration rates in the world - over 750/100,000. Melo was told that he was allowed to speak only to one prisoner and the next in line was a Quiche woman from Guatemala. Her Spanish was broken as she spoke mainly a Quiche dialect, for which she suffered special ridicule by prison guards and officials. She had been in detention for ...
... br> I liked learning more about the bilingual school here in Villa (you know, that one I had helped to fundraise for last year). Each year they add another grade level, so they currently hold classes for students 4th grade. Unlike most public schools in Honduras that are in session from February through November, the bilingual school runs a typical US school year, from September to June. Actually, this is pretty standard for most bilingual ...