Courtyard by Marriott San Salvador
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard by Marriott San Salvador
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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... restaurant - Sharky's- that served good coffee and a decent breakfast. We could see the massive rollers of Playa Sunzal from their second floor patio. El Salvador is known for surfing and Sunzal is supposed to have one of the longest right hand breaks in the country. The beach in front of the break is made up of volcanic rocks, smoothed into stones from 3 inches across to several feet. After eating we made our way from the rocks to the sand and towards ...
... his people!
I thought we were finished, but Sara had the idea to take me to the Girl Scout Association of El Salvador. She knew that I am a lifetime GS. Her aunts are also very involved with Girl Sviuting here in El Salvador. They are a very poor and underfunded organization. These humble surroundings are their national headquarters. Maybe when I get back, I will rally my GS friends to see how weight help and support them in their mission to bring scouting to the girls and women ...
... maybe 22 and I thought someone closer to Georgie's age thank goodness. Valeriazetino and her sister Pamela were delightful and had soon coaxed Georgie into some karaoke. Turns out Valentine as she likes to be called is only 15 but was so enthusiastic and bubbly. She was great company for Georgie and they immediately became great friends. Jess and I chatted with Rose and Michael, a young couple from Liverpool who were great company and another ...
... wearing with the bullet hole clearly seen above the pocket. As well, behind glass is the mass vestment he was wearing showing the blood stain coming from the wound caused by the exploding bullet.
From there we drove downtown to the Cathedral where Romero is buried in the crypt. A large bronze monument stands above his tomb. I touched this for a few minutes and spoke to Romero of the people in Canada and Honduras whom I hold ...
... done and went for a massage and pedicure. After getting some sleep on my flight to San Salvador I'm now waiting to board my final flight home to Toronto. There is an announcement that this flight is overbooked and I could take a $200 flight voucher and $100 cash but no deal. I'm ready to go ...