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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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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... of smoke and gas and the crater is very impressive to look at, we walked to a few viewpoints which allowed us to see some more dormant volcanoes and get some astounding views of the planes.
We then headed into Masaya itself which has two huge markets, one for tourists and one for locals which were great fun and huge!
I mentioned we moved to a hostel run by a man from Barcelona, he turned out to be as mad as a hatter. The rooms were stunning but he ...
Granada A nice hotel at last! A welcome change from the basic homestay - we opened the door and felt the aircon and flushed the toilet and just went oooo this is so nice! Little things... The hotel even has a pool and bar which is such a luxury! After a long morning travelling on public buses we wandered into the beautiful colonial city of Granada, the oldest colonial city in Central America! We took a horse and cart ride through the colourful bustling streets and past the ...
... time. Of course the small little kitchen was packed full of people, but we eventually got to make our steak and Mac and cheese and it was pretty good! We then just hung out for the rest of the evening and Anthony facetimed his family. We finished the night off by watching a movie in the hostel! It was a good day and I like granada so far! Not sure if I mentioned before but I really did not like Leon. So this is a nice ...
... Our teaches name was Arlene. She went over the basics to see where we were and how she could go about teaching us. Thanks to Mary in SA for a couple lessons, we were not total beginners but we did have a long road ahead of us. After the break we started up into the full swing of things and starting writing down some new vocabulary. It was so much for our brains. We have not had to think like that for 2 months. We were well and truly tied after class. We headed ...
... at the hostel Robin had arrived. Being a lot closer to the border he rolled in by midday but shared a similarly **** crossing experience as me. We checked out the sunset, then went about arranging a trip up the bigger volcano for tomorrow. I've noticed over the last few days, and backed up by the Australian couple that the clouds hug the volcanoes in the morning before evaporating from midday, eventually leaving the top clear from about one or ...