Crowne Plaza Hotel Managua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and colonial architecture. I'm not a religious guy at all but it is really peaceful sitting in some of the churches. As a do with all new cities I go to, the first thing I do is walk around. On a backstreet away from the main touristy area, I found a street packed with people. I though it was just some parade or protest so I started walking with the crowd out if curiosity to see where everyone was going. All of a sudden everyone ...
The day after I returned to the states from Rome, I headed out to meet 16 other teachers from around North America to embark on some Service Learning leadership training in Managua, Nicaragua. At my new school, I will be taking students to do a service learning experience in the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador, and this training was to help me better prepare myself and my ...
... similar architecture, shops and vehicles to us plus speaking english didn't help. That's not to say we didn't enjoy our stay, because we did and most of the locals seemed friendly and helpful it's just that we did not feel like we were overseas.
Despite a tight turnaround time we found MIA to be very efficient to change terminals and grab some fast food before our flight to Managua. Large group of teens from some religious group at our gate, ...
... was just for one person. The waiter confirmed it was just a single helping and that all their desserts could feed four people. Seems like they're missing a simple way to help their bottom line and their customers'... After a trip back to the mainland on a much smaller boat, we set off back to our pink neon paradise. Riding along the harbour, it seemed a rather pleasant end to the day but the bike path ended and we were soon in amongst the Sunday night traffic heading ...
Heather and I decided to quickly jump in to a chocolate making class at the chocolate museum. We figured, why not!!! We spent an hour and a half learning how to make Mayan, Aztec, and Spanish hot chocolate, and chocolate bars from scratch. We first roasted the beans, then peeled them, mashed them in to a "coco liquor" with a mortar and pestel, ...