Crowne Plaza Hotel Managua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Las Sierritas to visit re center of Managua. Thousands of people gather for this event, filling the sidewalks, and many join the Procesión as Mingo moved through the city. Today was insane!! We found a good spot to watch as people played music, danced in the streets, struggled to walk, sold stuff, and eventually got completely soaked due to a torrential downpour about an hour after we got there. And it lasted close to an hour! Needless to say, we ...
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 ...
... and needed a forwarding address here in Managua, with the bags hopefully arriving early tomorrow afternoon.
Why they couldn't have held up a sign with our name on it at the carousel instead of letting us stand around for 15-20 mins in vain is beyond me. Instand regret at having removed our change of clothes from the hand luggage as we were now stuck with the clother we had been wearing since 4am in the morning. Maybe there would be a ...
... churches there. Granada indeed was a picture perfect and romantic colonial town. I wondered towards the beach area, and chilled there with a bag of fantail as the sun set behind me. As dusk fell I wondered back through the outlying backstreets of the town, and in spite of guidebook warnings felt no danger whatsoever. Still I wouldn’t temp fate by wondering here after dark. I couldn’t resist visiting the highly recommended ...
... and got cover. The rain here is so heavy that if you get stuck in it you would be flooded. After it stopped I went in search for an Irish pub, which I found out no longer exists, and went to a different bar and ended up chatting with the barman; a nice chap called Eduardo who had lived in Florida for a few years, but had a fall out with his mum after he dropped out of doing psychology at uni. She had been paying $500 per month and he just "wanted to live life in the present". He was not ...