Hotel Bellerive

Via Pietro Da Sal_, 11, San Salvador, 25087, El Salvador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Salvador

Time to leave Guatemala

A travel blog entry by weebles


... which time we are given more coffee and fed. Two of the men drive us in a pick up to the village, a forty five minute walk but not far by truck. They have to ask a few villagers for the Gringo farm and we both agree we would never have found it in the dark. Finally we make it and are greeted by an armed police officer?! Still unsure whether this is the right place we walk through a sea of chickens, guinee fowl and turkeys to a small hut where we finally meet the infamous ...

Guatemala to El Salvador

A travel blog entry by carlyandjosh


... with the staff and they assured us that the area was safe to walk through at night. A short stroll down the street took us to San Salvador's version of Junk Food Junction - Pizza Hut, Wendy's (the burger place not ice cream) and Burger King were all represented across the road from each other at an intersection. We chose Pizza Hut - it was way nicer than any Pizza Hut ...

Australians and Ping Pong

A travel blog entry by andycrandy


... well-deserved rest. I thought I didn’t have much to say about my time in El Salvador, but I continued to remember more as I wrote. Lucky readers. Enjoy the few pictures. I have been trying more to take my camera everywhere I go. Especially in places without great scenic value. So there may be more silly drunk photos in this post. As I write this, I am in Nicaragua now enjoying the fact that I won’t have to pack my bag for the next three months, but ...

Wind & Woes

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88


... and chatting with the one other guy in our dorm. All of a sudden this guy who had been sitting silently in the corner storms out with all of his stuff and disappeared for a few minutes before coming back to loudly and rudely inform us that there is a common area for such inconsiderate things like having a conversation at 6.30 in the evening. In an attempt to be accommodating and not cause any unnecessary unpleasantness ...

Orale Chilli!

A travel blog entry by findscore


... and their is even a Red Light District... All of these factors made Santa Ana, for us, a quirky place, with a charm of its own, and with class A inhabitants that were just amused to see us there. We met a lot of cool travelers in the hostel as well, including a couple of Aussies that were riding their motorcycles from California to Panama, and an 80 year old spirit sister backpacking idol that had travelled around the world 8 times.


This hotel, located on Via Pietro Da Sal_, 11, San Salvador, is near Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, Ixchel Spanish School, Proyecto Linguistico Francisco Marroquin, and Antigua Spa Resort.
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