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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... lava! The views at the top of the crater were amazing if not a little creepy. You could see for miles around across lake Nicaragua and to other volcanoes surrounding the massive crater we were in the middle of! Our guide found it very entertaining to continually remind us the probability of this volcano erupting and showed us the old crater edges from previous eruptions, which could easily fit Cambridge inside! As dusk fell we trekked down into a lava tunnel which ...
... Once we got back it was time to go!
The ride over to the entrance didn't take very long. Once we got there we had the option of waiting till 1pm for a ride up or walking the 3km each way. We opted to walk the 3km each way. I was fine since I'd done steep hikes in Utah before. The other 2 weren't as lucky. The walk up was very scenic and very hilly, but I liked it. After about 3 hours we finally made it to the plateau and stopped ...
... to some of the offices of both the Federal Treasury and the National Archives.
The facade is bordered on the north and south by two towers and include three main doorways, each of which lead to ...
... did all the rides we wanted to do (Batman, Boomerang (best!), Superman, Joker and Tower of Tower (equivalent, can't remember the name) and quickly legged it to get back in time for the wrestling.
Lucha Libre is pretty much the Mexican equivalent of WWF. It's super over the top but quite entertaining to watch. I was amazed how much the crowd gets into it, booing and cheering in turn. The masks are kinda cool and both Steph and I were really tempted to ...
... the ladies getting ready for work and doing their makeup. The one lady was even curling her eyelashes on the train the old-fashioned way.... With a spoon!!!!! We eventually got to the north terminal and found our bus and headed to the ruins. The ruins were huge and we managed to cover most of them before the tour buses came in. The ruins are built in a long narrow stretch that covers about 2kms and has two huge pyramids on them. The temple of the moon and the ...