Hotel D'Lido

Km 3 Carretera sur Auto Nica, Managua, 631, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Km 3 Carretera sur Auto Nica, Managua, is near The Obelisk (Obelisco), Estancia Los Dos Hermanos, Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, and The National Palace of Culture....
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Managua

    Managua and the 13 hr bus ride there

    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... the government, who he said had given him an 18,000 Cordoba electricity bill, which he had protested, was completely unfounded. He didn't say what happened eventually, after he had made an appeal. Anyway, his boss turned up and was a giant bald headed guy from Alabama and he was quite a dictatorial type. He told me that he had a son in Anchorage, Alaska whom he hadn't seen in 7 years. After a few rum and cokes and a substantial potato salad 'snack', I went back to the hotel (one block away).

    Day 7 & 8

    A travel blog entry by hillcrest40 on Jun 20, 2014

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    ... of the mountains of Nicaragua. For five days they went door to door doing evangelism one on one with the people of Nicaragua. As the team leader I could not be more proud of a team that stuck it out even when the times got tough. Through the teams effort 79 people received Christ. God is so good!" -Pastor Chris xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx Now it's 10:50 P.M. and we've finally touched down at Jacksonville International Airport. WE'RE ...

    Nicaragua: Something for everyone

    A travel blog entry by lightnerjohnson on Feb 23, 2014

    11 comments, 23 photos

    ... pottery workshop and floating in a crater lake was the icing on the cake. We could have easily spent a week there.
    Another side of Nicaragua that made just as much impact was to see up close the poverty and sparse conditions that some people live in there, away from the buffed and shined tourist areas. It caused us to pause and be thankful for all that we have, a reminder that it is just luck that we were born in a rich, stable country and will certainly be ...

    Expats Unite

    A travel blog entry by greld on Jan 29, 2014

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    ... I missed an opportunity to do any of the above, sometimes I would beat myself up a bit about not being more focused and proactive in growing my business. I realize that I don't want to be THAT PERSON networking at every moment -- which might make me a less effective entrepreneur, but it opens up the space for me to make more authentic connections with people, which will hopefully have a great benefit for me personally in the long run as well ...

    Different Fears

    A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jan 15, 2014

    5 comments, 7 photos

    I'm reading a book about William Walker’s attempt to take over Nicaragua. Although the book never decides WHY he wanted to take over a country, it does claim that he was very interested in Empire Building. I guess like some people are really interested in Fantasy Football, Walker was into Country Acquiring.

    Walker is a fascinatingly enigmatic character; he wasn’t super strong, or tall or handsome, but he was focused, and astonishingly ...