Courtyard by Marriott San Salvador
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Very nice and safe location with a mall and restaurants close by. Clean room, night staff may have been cranky but day staff was really friendly.
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Leaving the country for any period of time is never smooth, and this time is no different. As I was racing back to the house to grab some forgotten medication, and my car gives a sudden, sickening lurch accompanied by an explosion from under the hood and billowing black smoke. Great. I'm already late, and now this. I coast down the toll road exit …
... of Mayan pieces and some fine tableaux detailing religious, social and migratory issues surrounding Salvadorean society. I did actually see a few westerners walking around, which has been the only time here in San Salvador. There was quite a bit about Monseigneur Romero, who had been killed during the armed conflict (1979-1992), and the various charicatures and features that appeared in newspapers regarding his martyred personality. Opposte is the ...
... the signs painted on many, many houses saying, 'in this house, we want a life free from violence for women', which has been sponsored by the local women's organisation. We also had a couple of terrible drinks in the only leftist bar in the country, El Necio, which is full of propaganda, speeches and revolutionary material.
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There was a bit of miscommunication at Via Via (the tour shop in Copan, http://www.viaviacafe.com/en/copán ) when we inquired about the bus to Leon. The very friendly (but slightly disengaged) girl told us that the bus would be leaving at 4pm and getting into to Leon the following morning at 8am. A 15 or 16 hour journey but at least it was over night so we wouldn’t have to pay for the night’s accommodation or ...