Hotel Gardenia Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... chaps were nearby, so I decided to get a taxi, much to my annoyance. Anyway, I got to the David Guzman museum for $5 and paid my entrance fee. Here, they ask you if you are a national or international visitor, and according to Katy from Colorado back in Juayuaga, she, a white American who looked nothing like a Salvadorean, had said 'national', and they believed her. Well,I told the truth and paid my $3 entrance. This anthropology museum boasts a ...
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Whilst also in Suchitoto, we did a little bit of birdwatching with our hostel owner, who was a local expert (who very kindly showed us around for free as he normally charges $120 per person), walked around the small town, visited the art museum for peace, which was holding an anti-violence exhibition to show kids a life without violence, ...
... in the early afternoon. Luckies!! The Bismarck people sprinted from one airplane to another in Denver and were home by 8:30. Finally, Maria made it home around midnight after a long day of travel and waiting in airports.
We appreciate all of your support, prayers, and encouragement as we embarked on this adventure to make ...
... s friends Randy & Maritza. She sells insurance and her husband is a food distributor (large companies and fast food chains). Elizabeth also helps at an elderly home, and has need of wheelchairs, and Cristina is going to be able to help her, which is great. We grabbed dinner at an Italian place in our mall, and then turned in for the night. I felt motivated to check out the facilities and walked a mile in the fancy gym.
Time for bed!
cultural area called Mesoamerica. People
had to flee the Loma Caldera volcanic eruption around the 7th
century A.D., and within a few days the village had completely disappeared
under volcanic ash… until 1976. They
found all sorts of really cool **** including 18 buildings, a bunch of pots
& bowls, an orchard, a small garden, and a bunch of stuff.