Hotel Con Corazon
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Con Corazon Granada
Hotel Con Corazon in Granada, Nicaragua was a very unique hotel. It was a boutique hotel in the heart of Granada. The hotel had 15 rooms total, with a swimming pool and the best breakfast. What I loved about this hotel was that 100% of the profits are invested into education. The staff was really friendly and very helpful. They recommended a couple great restaurants for us. I would definitely recommend this hotel and would stay here again.
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Travel Blogs from Granada
... of our Nicaraguan food experience. While tasty, compared to the Mexican food onslaught we’d just come from, it lacks variety and nutrition. It’s fair to say things didn’t ‘flow’ for us as ‘regular’ as we would have liked…
Granada has a street solely dedicated to tourist restaurants and bars. While convenient to go to, it’s hardly a local experience ...
... wasn't lying about the bus times, and with the prospect of a wait of over an hour we grabbed one heading to the capital, then got off early and grabbed a taxi from there.
The bus journey gave me some time to let my mind wander. As I've mentoined previously my school reunion is tomorrow, and I am obviously missing it. Last time I travelled there were quite a few occasions I was sad to be missing. Other than Xmas this is the only one this ...
... we took a detour to satisfy her curiosity. It was truly eye opening with a solid 30 kilometres of white sand and turquoise sea, and the same 30 kilometres of wall to wall back to back all inclusive hotels. The northern end of town was the “rough” end with Mexican Kiss me Quick hats, but the Southern end was for the more discerning. This is not to knock Cancun but its more for MOATs than us.
From Cancun it was more culture as we headed ...
... we walked around the area of Coyoacan. There were tons of food vendors
so of course we needed to try some food. Of course there was a zocalo
and a church to visit too.
Our last stop of the day was back at
Mexico City's main zocalo. We arrived just in ...
... going a bit further south by a couple of blocks. Fair number of people around. It's Sunday and many stores are open. It seems many people eat their dinner at this time [or at least snack]. Lots of the snacks are waistline busters but the people here are not as obese as the average Cuban. As compensation, the average Cuban was better looking than his or her Mexican counterpart. Walked a bit north some 4 blocks to an unknown church; should return later for pix.