Honduras Maya Hotel

Address: Ave Republica de Chile, Tegucigalpa, 11101, Honduras | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ave Republica de Chile, Tegucigalpa, is near Parque Central, Casa Presidencial, Palacio Legislativo, and Archaeological Museum (Museo Arqueológico).
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      A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Nov 08, 2014

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      Mainland Honduras is not a country frequented by tourists and is a country that we almost left out of the plan because of its scary homicide statistics. Fortunately we laugh in the face of statistics and we discovered a Honduras which is beautiful, energetic, dynamic and who's people are welcoming and keen for you to know that you should look …

      Angel Valley

      A travel blog entry by tlvice on Sep 27, 2014

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      Amongst the tourist trinkets is some very nice work. Many of the oil paintings have very vibrant colors. No tourist shop is complete without the requisite ceramic roosters. No one we came across could provide a reason behind why virtually every shop sells the roosters. I guess the story is simply that one cannot buy them anywhere except in Honduras. The other mainstay of items for sale is hand carved wood items. The pieces are ...

      Trip up to Los Encinitos

      A travel blog entry by drz on May 05, 2012

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      On Saturday we picked up the rest of the folks at the airport Saturday about noon. The first half of the 2 hour ride (which covered about 80% of the distance-on paved road) was south out of the Capital to the town of Sabanagrande. Apparently a stop here for ice cream (and police) is now tradition. Apparently catalytic converters are NOT a tradition as exhaust fumes were ...

      Group Bonding as Tour Begins

      A travel blog entry by wareameye on Feb 16, 2012

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      ... two days early and made a fairly extensive tour of the city, offered to escort anybody who was interested in a walking tour around the town near our hotel. It was amazing – people were so friendly, and not another tourist in sight! You do see armed guards everywhere, but they added a sense of security.

      We pass a shuttered storefront where a rainbow has been spray painted on the shutter and next to it the words in sprayed graffiti: ...

      Day 4: Valle de Angeles

      A travel blog entry by adargos91 on May 15, 2011

      ... the Internet Café for the first time and checked my facebook and grades. I received 3 A’s and 3 A-’s! I boosted my GPA to a 3.8 (good enough for Dean’s List!) I walked proudly to dinner followed by our nightly reflections.

      During reflections, we talked about our hopes for life after Honduras and our surprising moments of the day. Mae, with her abounding humor, talked of Honduras’s big ...