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 …
... cafe then stopped to shop at an artisan market for a bit before getting to the hotel for a much needed pre-dinner siesta. Then it was off to visit a street fair and have traditional papusas and pastelitos for dinner.
Tomorrow it is off to church. Let the adventure ...
... in social action, schools, university groups and people in social communication. Of the 106 participants, 15 have come from ERIC and Radio Progreso. Some of our group are involved in expositions and some of the formal presentations.
This is not a leisurely North American style conference. It began at 8 am and finished at 6:30 pm with a break for lunch and two coffee breaks. For Latin America the timing was quite disciplined as ...
Left at 9:00 to drive to San Salvador to the University of Central America. Picked up Emillio on the way. Went to a museum in the university that is dedicated to the memory of some key people killed during the civil war in El Salvador in the early 80īs. Oscar Romero was a priest who spoke out against human rights violations and was murdered. Six professors, as well as a mother and daughter, were ...
... not to mention the whistles... This is the first place that real danger was felt and noticeable. The hotel we stayed at locked down the gates at 8pm (and for good reason). The whole town seems to shut down after dark and we're just glad we have a few locked doors between us and the streets. We know that there are other beaches around the area but after the experience and the bad feelings received from this place, we just wanted to get out of here and into ...