Hotel La Pyramide
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we had a relaxing breakfast of eggs, beans and rice (gallo pinto), toast and cafe con leche at our hotel. We were a bit puzzled as to why we didn't have tortillas with breakfast???
Bellies full we decided to head out for a walk down to the city center towards Lake Managua. We checked in with the man at the desk to make sure we had …
We are all packed up and ready to go.....heading out the door to jump on a flight to Atlanta first then onto Managua. First class for Momma G from Atlanta to Managua!!!
Not sure what to expect when we arrived....we arranged to have our hotel pick us up since we arrived on Christmas late in the evening. Didn't see our names on a sign right …
... showed up with Josef's guitar teacher, who also gives Carlitos piano lessons! Got to spend the rest of the afternoon with them, and even some time with Karel tonight! We ordered dinner from the Fritanga across the street, which serves typical Nicaraguan foods like carne asada, gallo pinto, tajadas, etc. I decided I wanted to buy dinner for everyone since they have invited me into their home and are providing me with a place to stay, meals, and of course lots of love. ...
... to head up top see the scenery, but as it was a little late, the only way to go was on horseback. A pleasant add to the day though there was some miscommunication on the price. Still worth it though. Dinner was chill tonight, pizza by the pool. We definitely ordered way too much, but were able to share with some hotel staff as well as the needy ...
From the 7 am ferry I took a 'collectivo' (a taxi who picks up and drops off others too, good for the wallet and the environment) taxi the 5km to Rivas market area and bus station. The driver tried to convince me that there were no busses running, and the ones that do take 10 hours, ha! I wasn’t falling for that one. It was an ‘ordinario’ chicken bus which meant it waited in Rivas for an hour or so until full and ...