Comfort Inn Real La Union
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Real La Union
Nicest hotel in town and not as pricey as others the same quality in the country. Cheap option to wash clothes and good restaurant in the hotel.
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Travel Blogs from La Union
... up 13 year olds. Daisy was becoming increasingly concerned by infected bum bite (by now known as IBB). Charlotte still thought she was making it up but Alex encouraged her to get some cream.
We survived mainly on a diet of pupusas, which are a lush El Salvadoran speciality (corndough pancakes stuffed with beans and cheese) - each 1 costing between 20 and 35p.
El Salvador was gripped by a horrifically violent civil war throughout ...
... we were up early and went for a run along the beach. We managed a 4km seeing a turtle along the way. Not our best time but we managed, seeing as though both of us ran last in the middle of January, have had a serious stomach bugs, have hiked a monster volcano and also pretty much been lying around drinking beer and rum. After breakfast we lay around waiting until 16:00 as we had booked a surf lesson. At 16:00 we waited patiently but they seemed to have forgotten that we had ...
So.. we left the beaches behind and headed for a small pueblo called Conchagua in the hope of climbing the volcano there, to take in the wonderful views... this involved some long bus rides, we covered quite a lot of the length of El Salvador in one day, was lovely if tiring to watch it all roll by.. we arrived in La Union around 5, I finished my vampire book by now in Spanish so gave it away to a kid at the bus stop with his mum's permission of course.. caught the ...
... spoke no english. Before dropping down to the coast there is a very long windy hill and the cab barely made it up. I thought for sure we would be stranded but once we got to the top it was just a matter of coasting down to El Cuco. Found a hotel for $30 and returned to get Tom and the bags and by the time we got back they decided it would be $40, We refused and after a little arguing, they agreed on the $30. Walked down the beach for a few beers and ...