Holiday Inn Express San Pedro Sula
Travel Blogs from San Pedro Sula
... an extremely long and busy day, he offered to drive three of his workers home to make sure that they were safe. Driving home Melo noticed a car he suspected was following him. He sped off making some quick turns and as we neared his house he urged me to be ready with my key to unlock the gate quickly. This I did and we were quickly inside the locked gate. Traveling home he twice been stopped by bandits, driven far away into the countryside and robbed ...
... school in El Progreso. It is now a co-ed school and considered to be the best school in the city.
Padre Pedro, the Spanish priest who is here to help Melo, was asked by Victor to be his "padrino" (godfather) of graduation. At the same time Melo had been asked to be the padrino for another lad, Julian, whose family are very close to the family of Doņa Lita. So off we all went to Colegio San José - the Jesuit school on Thursday evening. A huge auditorium quickly filled with ...
... a large grocery store bakery with icing decorations of "transformers" in bright blue colouring - totally unhealthy but something that kids everywhere crave. However before the cake the children all took turns at hitting a piņata - a common Central American custom. When finally someone strikes a lucky blow and the piņata is broken, candies flow out and there is a mad scramble by the kids to gather up as many as possible. the parents are then left to persuade the older kids ...
... and landscape – taking pride in their ownership.
The school only opened this year and already has nearly 500 students, 85% are from families within the community, 10% are the children of the construction workers and the other 5% are from the surrounding area (of sneaking in). The school is ...
... for our clothing and the items that Marisa requested, Bagel World bagels, Annie's Mac and Cheese, Sour Patch kids, tea,contact solution, cold meds, etc. It is funny what you miss.
We got to the airport in San Pedro Sula and were heading off to customs, they held about 1/2 of the plane for about 10 minutes in the hall, we think customs just got overwhelmed. Once we were in line it was another 30 minutes to clear customs, our passports were stamped and we got our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services