Hotel Villa San Miguel

Address: Alameda Roosevelt Norte #407, San Miguel, El Salvador | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Alameda Roosevelt Norte #407, San Miguel, is near Oakland Museum of California, USS Hornet Museum, McAfee Coliseum, and Great White Adventures.
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      Travel Blogs from San Miguel

      About Herpes Simplex 2

      A travel blog entry by boydlamp04 on Jul 30, 2014

      ... be your ideal bet. You are unique inside a needs plus as to what will work best for you. This may take several trial and mistake to develop your best treatment program. It is worth the effort. Acne is a wide term which includes blemishes, blackheads, and whiteheads. Acne can strike at any age. Effective acne treatments are sometimes difficult to find, plus understanding acne and prevention may be frustrating. Here are some acne ...

      Retail Therapy.

      A travel blog entry by rainydayfaces on Jun 18, 2014

      14 photos

      ... a bit of retail therapy and to see the Levi's store that Mel's dad designed. The trip there was awesome a) because we somehow did it for free and b) I got to ride on the outside of the cable car! Was hilarious to have to hang on going up and down the hills. It was so much fun. There was an awesome sale on in Victorias Secrets so we were in there for a while smelling all their body mists and butters. I bought some if the comfiest ...

      From the Boardwalk to Prison

      A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on May 08, 2014

      5 comments, 23 photos

      ... tended gardens and is a refuge to many species of birds. We were also reminded of the 1969-1971 take over of the island by Native Americans, claiming it as their home after so much displacement by the US Govt. You'll see some lingering evidence of their occupation in a couple of photos. The prison was eventually closed in 1963 due to crumbling walls and not enough money for upkeep. All of the prisoners were relocated to various places. ...

      Having fun in the West Coast

      A travel blog entry by maggiechan on Feb 26, 2014

      4 photos

      Despite the opinions of some locals, there's nothing wrong with being a tourist. Especially in a city like San Francisco, where there's so much to see and do. So how to pare down what's worth your time in this vibrant city that's so full of icons 1. Golden Gate Bridge. Experience it for free by walking or biking its 1.7-mile length. 2. Alcatraz Island. Relive history on "the Rock," where you'll stand in the prison cells of notorious ...

      A Historical Note -- Massacre at El Mozote

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 07, 2013

      6 comments, 36 photos

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      I wandered back down the side of the church through a lovely rose garden, looking at the large pastel pictures of children playing that had been painted on the church wall. Then I noticed that along the bottom of the wall were more lists – in simple white paint on brown wood -- of the children who had been killed, in this garden that day, with their names organized by age. It was terrible. ...