Gran Hotel Sula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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TripAdvisor Reviews Gran Hotel Sula San Pedro Sula
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... Magna was more relaxed and the children more playful and happy. The nun, Sister Teresita (School Sisters of Notre Dame) who is Honduran, was there and she remembered me from my visit last year. It was through her intervention that I was able to visit the first time. She introduced me to Patricia Henry, who is part of the American couple who were co-founders of the orphanage and who themselves adopted two boys. One of them was with her and was doing ...
... over shirt, and one pair of shoes for each child. The prices were ridiculous, the t-shirts cost as much almost as the shoes. Magna chose to buy more formal shoes that the children could wear to school, so she tried to gage what size the children would be needing in the new school year. It was a slow process but in the end it only cost around $100 for everything for the 5 children. Walking back to the radio station I wondered if Magna had any supper so I just outright asked her what ...
... don't support her but have constructed a small shack in their garden, very tiny and just a bit bigger than her bed. She receives little else from her family. She is 7 months pregnant and losing weight. Maria and Dunia find it ***********nect with her as Magna was robbed of her cell phone last week (everyone has a cell phone, as phones are relatively cheap and people purchase air time on the go, adding as little as 50 cents to their credit which is good for a fair number of calls). ...
... but different. (Well worth watching and you probably already know the marvellous musical score of Ennio Morrracone, especially "Gabriel's Oboe")
In 1773 the Jesuit order was suppressed by the church under pressure from the Catholic monarchs of Spain, Portugal and France. The order continued only in Russia under the protection of the orthodox Catherine and in Lutheran Germany (one of those strange twists in history). In 1814, the Pope reinstituted ...
... salad bar. It was a nice sit-down restaurant-- not like the Pizza Huts I'm familiar with! We sat close to the salad bar and had a hay day watching people load up their plates! Apparently in Honduras you are allowed to stack it as high as you can and then share it with your family. It was like a competition... they couldn't understand why we ordered a salad bar plate for each person at the table. ...