Hotel El Almendro Managua
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... his dad drives him to school at 6:35. As they drive off, I scarf down a quick breakfast at the kitchen table. Breakfast ranges from a bowl of Frosted Flakes with a banana and a cup of passion fruit juice on a good day to a huge plate of plain black beans with a fried something on a not so great day. When I finish, I grab my backpack and my host mom says almost on cue, “Que te vaya bien Emi!” as I start toward the door.
... Rica is pure mountains and hills and San Jose was chilly - I should have take my sweater but I didnīt think it would be that cold. Now, I am back in Granada. I will be staying here until the 27th with family. We are doing an annual mass for my beloved Benjamin this Saturday and Olga is currently at the supermarket buying the groceries ...
My favorite meeting of the night was running into a bartender from Philadelphia, who had got some people to work his shifts for about a week and a half so he could take a vacation, which he mentioned was very rare for him. He was leaning over the bar, practically scowling with an empty glass in his hand. He asked me how I was doing. I told him that I was doing great. He said he was trying to get to great. And I asked him how he ...
... Spanish, which limits me.
Not that my mornings aren’t filled with high drama. If I want a plate of fresh fruit in the morning, I have go out to the patio to ask for it and then wait while someone prepares it. I hate waiting while someone does something, like slicing papya, that I could do myself. It just seems rude. And I’m not really going to eat all that fruit anyway-pineapple gives me cold sores and watermelon makes my stomach go ...
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How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service