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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Dario Granada
This was one of our most favorite hotels we stayed at. The rooms were clean the staff was over the top friendly and made us feel like we were old friends and not paying guest at their hotel. We recommend staying here to anyone coming to Granada.
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We decided to leave San Juan and go spend the night in Granada a lakeside city of 100k+ to the North. We hooked a ride with Tony In his safari style land cruiser and got to town early. We grabbed a breakfast before trekking to the Central Park to meet Leah and Joey before they had to leave to head back to the states. We walked through the city for …
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Today was a great day! We woke up to rain which was nice because it wasn't super hot. After we had some complimentary bananas in the hostel (we didn't wake up early enough to get pancakes) the rain had stopped and it was just over cast, which again was a treat from the heat. We then went and picked up our laundry and explored the main square of Granada. They had many horse and carriages that the drivers all immediately ...
... papaya and coconut - oh my! Not gonna lie, though, the hue is at The Manx are still my fave! With full bellies, we set out to explore this somewhat sleepy little town. We took a stroll to the lake, stopping to watch a kids baseball game along the way - remember the name... Oh ****, we forgot it! Dirren maybe? Anyways, that kid's gonna go places! What an arm! Having strolled long enough and with sore feet not yet accustomed to sandals and flip flops, we caught ...
... inside of our room we went to have something to eat. Once the sun went down the streets got completely empty and the neighborhood looked like a place invaded by zombies….no human being, just garbage and fear. Since there was a big hole in our useless private bathroom facing the common area we were worried that somebody could get in. Therefore we set a trap consisting in a bottle of water which was supposed to fall down and wake us up in case somebody tries to visit us during ...