Gran Hotel Sula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- 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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... the beautiful families I met last year was Ramon and Lety Zevala, who live in San Pedro Sula. They have four children, including a darling youngest girl that Anne Marie would like me to bring home. They are a most lovely family and Ramon has been a close friend of Melo since early adulthood and a support to Melo. Lety phoned to say they were coming to visit as they knew I was here. For them it is an hours drive each way. Lety brought a supper with her, ...
... to them and the guests who remained under the tents, for the rain stopped when the mass finished, that it was I who should thank them for having accepted me among them, for their genuine friendship and openness to this stranger from the north. Certainly the entrance ticket to theirs hearts was simply being presented as a friend of Melo, for his is so loved and cherished by the teams of Radio Progreso and ERIC.
Melo disappeared into an office when ...
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Melo is incredibly busy - always at meetings and dealing with multiple issues. Participating in an evening talk show is an experience - he knows his music and without script talks about songs and singers. However the songs he choses are classic and new - songs with meaning about change, justice and struggle.
So let me tell you about two experiences that were similar - graduations. The end of November here is equivalent to our end of June. High school ...
Sunday as You might well have guessed, especially while living in a Jesuit house with three priests, was a day to go to church. In the morning I accompanied Pedro, who is not a Jesuit but a diocesan priest from Madrid, to the church of St Ignacio, where he helps the resident priest. You would think that saying mass is not all that strenuous but whatever, Pedro had the 10 am mass in a neighbourhood called Berlin. We traveled by collectivo taxi, which is cheaper but not as ...
... and eating mainly rice and beans. This time is different! It seems like we eat non-stop. Most Honduran foods include a heaping load of carbs and usually something fried. One main staple is the baleada, which is a grilled tortilla filled with refried beans, cheese, egg, and a sweet buttery sauce. You can also get it with chicken sometimes. Que rico!!!
Another popular dish among the volunteers is tajadas con carne, which is a plate ...