Hotel Nueva Villa Santander
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Travel Blogs from San Salvador
... than a real hostel it had some pretty nicely kept rooms. I ended up with the least comfy bed in the entire world. The mattress was little more than a cardboard box laid over bed slats still I was happy enough to make do. Everyone in the hostel was really pleasant. It was one of those small kind of places where you all get to know each other pretty well and it was really nice having that kind of family feel to a place ...
We were just having an early night really when we all got back out of bed at like 11pmand went to the beach because we heard some guys where night surfing. They had a big bright light shining out on the water so they could see each other, and they were surfing in the pitch black night. It was so scary, there are sharks in these waters! They were pretty good and it was quite cool sitting on the sand in the middle of the night watching these head cases go for ...
... my dad more often, but she meant the steering had gone. Pitch black, no street lights, traffic, side of the road, not the best place to be. The steering must had gone when she braked and skidded. I drove it another 30 minutes more to a petrol station where her son turned up and drove it to their house in the city. At their house, someone had scuffed the girls new car, and the also we found it had been parked across the drive on an angle and had run out of ...
... The rest of our time has been spent hanging out by our pool, chilling, and I literally mean chilling, in our air conditioned room (something that is a necessity in these parts, as it is ridiculously hot) and trying out some of the local food at the handful of restaurants. Some of the places here really do know how to make an incredible smoothie. We leave for León at 1:30am, so I guess I'm going to try get some sleep before our taxi arrives. ...
... went round the corner where we were swamped again by two money changers and at least 10 women all at once trying to sell the same things! Once they'd all cleared off, we got on our way and finally arrived into El Salvador around 3.30pm. On the bus I got chatting to a guy and his partner sitting next to us who helped with a few translations and he wrote down his email and phone no. if we needed any help while we were staying in El Salvador. At the bus station we were swamped ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking