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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Xalteva Granada
We stayed at Hotel/Condo Xalteva for a month and loved it. Lovely, safe, quiet place with friendly people and super helpful staff. Excellent.
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... has a traffic police laser speedometer and apparently some guys reach descent speeds of over 80 km/h! It was a fun morning.
GRANADA a beautiful place, a typical colonial city, cut from the same cloth as Antigua in Guatemala or CopanRuins in Honduras, cobble stone roads, terra cotta roofs and amazing churches and other buildings. Maybe a bit touristy, but unfortunately this is true for beautiful historical cities the world over. Without ...
... from Chester, the member of staff whom Paul had been in contact with. He showed us around the school's beautiful tropical gardens where rescue birds including two toucans and a small pack of capuchins are housed, the classrooms, some of which are located under small gazebos around the rescue birds or in the gardens close to where a pair of guadabarancos (the national bird) were nested, the kitchen and office. We were instantly taken aback by the beauty and tranquility of La Mariposa and ...
... in which they expressed themselves, with no judgement. We were invited to join but declined as we needed to get to bed as it was after 00:30 and we need to get up the next day for school.
We woke up with hangovers to prove the good night we had. I pulled out the monster Kev bought me for my birthday, but even ...
... were in Bangkok instead! We've always been surprised by how quiet so many of the towns we've visited have been but Granada was very alive. Keith even treated himself to a haircut (ok head shave) by a very cool Nicaraguan old boy. A craving for non Central American food resulted in us ending up at a pizzeria that night for some delicious pizza and wine (also a novelty against our usual beer). The following day we headed to Laguna de ...
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Granada was a lovely colonial town with horse & carts trotting down colourful streets past pastel painted churches and decrepit buildings awaiting restoration.