Hotel Contempo

Carretera Masaya, Km 11, 400mts. O, Managua, 00000, Nicaragua | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Carretera Masaya, Km 11, 400mts. O, Managua, is near Tierra Tours: Granada, Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Guadalupe Church, and Nicaragua Mia Spanish School.
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    Travel Blogs from Managua

    A little luxury goes a long way

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jun 02, 2014

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    ... for the church and tower to open. We climbed the church tower and had a great lookout over he red rooftops of the centre and put to the volcanoes and lake. After this we went back to the hotel for a swim. Most tourists are out on the lake on boat or kayak tours or volcanoes tours or zip lining. We plan to go to the Volcano Mombacho tomorrow and hike up to the top and go around one of the craters with a guide.Saturday 7th June. After breakfast we walked to the tour office ...

    Dia de Jugando

    A travel blog entry by emilycp on May 28, 2014

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    I can't believe how long I've been here already. The days are all beginning to blur together! Gradually, I'm becoming more and more comfortable in my homestay and with Spanish in general.

    Today, we had our last orientation meeting at an old fortress on the edge of town called Coyotepe. It was used during the Samoza regime to torture political enemies. For two dollars, we got to walk around in the tunnels inside the fortress (which are ...

    Going Camping...Or Maybe Not

    A travel blog entry by greld on Feb 08, 2014

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    ... check in time for the guards to let us pass. There was about an hour spent trying to contact higher officials to let us in (all of this in spanish) while we waited for an update. In the end, they couldn't let us pass and so we were forced to turn around and go back to Granada. Carlo was very nice about everything and apologetic and offered us a refund and to buy us dinner. I was a bit annoyed with everything but ...


    A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jan 13, 2014

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... Apparently, mascara is the easiest, yet most important tool in a woman’s makeup arsenal. I don’t usually wear makeup, because I have freckles and I can’t keep my hands off my face, so I was tremendously relieved to learn that all I had to do to be beautiful was apply mascara. I took the advice to heart. I went to Rite Aide and bought TUBES of mascara and scattered them in my purse, my car, my bathrooms. My life was going to change and I ...

    Leon The Road to Ruins

    A travel blog entry by lottyh on Dec 27, 2013

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... were pathetic and just simply put together. Politely we watched their performances. Two boys kept beating their drums like mad while two boys wearing giant head masks kept dancing like dervish. A skinny guy masked like a clown representing the spirit that drove away the Spanish during colonial times recited some poems in Spanish. By this time, everybody had full bladders and wanted to go to a washroom.

    "You cannot just go inside any restaurants or hotels ...