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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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... tenderly to her in Spanish and walked her over to the water to clean her bloody knee. Then it happened -- the Holy Spirit "knit our hearts together" and she became an "hija de mi corazon." (Child of my heart)
I didn't carry her for nine months, pace the floors with her when she was sick -- for that matter I don't even know her last name -- YET when the Holy Spirit gives me a "hija de mi corazon" there is an infusion ...
started with a flight leaving at 1:30 in the morning. Most people didn’t sleep
well on the plane and we landed in Nicaragua at 8 after a short layover in El
Salvador. We then took an hour-long bus ride to our hostel in Sobalvaro.
Needless to say, we were exhausted. After having ...
... a lot of money because they hadn't planned well. They exchanged money at the border (never exchange money with men who have a huge wad of cash, you will pay way more than you should!) then the cab was $10 and they only had a $20. My cab was alady paid and I only had 20's, so I couldn't help them. They ended paying $20 for a $10 taxi ride! Ouch!! Makes me glad that I had paid ahead! The hotel was quite nice; very clean and quiet and with AC and hot ...
... through the two boarders in one day. Instead I opted for a tourist shuttle, through the night where all the boarder formalities would be taken care of by the company. Taking the easy way out felt somewhat like cheating, but time is of the essence in this trip and I've got to keep covering ground. After a stressful and somewhat wasted day, I took some consolation in having a lovely evening with a group of travelers met in the ...
... become the norm, as these larger than life engaging characters take centre stage. Enter Perry Coalmon. The stage was 'Imagine', a John Lennon tribute bar. Despite the bars theme, two carefree Americans were playing a bunch of Neil Young tunes, but respectfully ended with a rendition of 'Norwegian Wood'. We hadn't spoken with Perry before he returned from the toilet to find that his barstool had been nabbed by some unruly lad snaking some skirt. Perry ...