Hotel El Club

Address: Calle La Libertad and Avenida Barricada, Granada, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle La Libertad and Avenida Barricada, Granada, is near Sailing School Velago Granada.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Granada

      From Tortuguero to Pearl Lagoon April 8 - May 2

      A travel blog entry by swanning_around on May 02, 2014

      47 photos

      ... difficult manoeuvring amidst the exposed trees in the river but at least we could use the outboard. Soon we reached the pick-up point to transfer to a minibus and found a driver and group waiting for us. We had been forgotten again! I don't think the organisers at Jungle Tom's have a system to deal with people using them for transport alone although they seem to manage their tours very well.

      We returned to San Jose and took a day to organise our ...


      A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Mar 11, 2014

      2 comments, 50 photos

      ... ascent to the top. With that said, we soon found out we had to carry our boards with us. It was time to don the Buzz Lightyear.

      The top gave us some good views of the volcano craters and past lava flows. This thing was still very active and by scratching the surface a few centimetres we unearthed ground hot enough to melt the soles of our shoes. ...

      Some About Horses

      A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jan 30, 2014

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... parked in the
      baking sun on the street, his ragged foot resting, his lip drooping
      as he dozes, and I whisper “Hola Caballo”, he doesn't even twitch
      an ear, because he doesn't know the glory of having someone
      scratching his itchy spots and proclaiming his beauty. That just seems
      wrong to me.

      But these are working-class horses, “campesinos”-- tools not
      pets.They aren't pretty. Most are dull-brown, and
      short, with ...

      In Leon then on to Granada

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 09, 2013

      3 comments, 21 photos

      ... that I had been able to engage with a few Nicaraguans, but that on the whole they were less friendly and more reserved than people I had met before. On arriving, I had negotiated with the folks who live across the street from the B&B to leave my bike there overnight. That seems to have broken the ice, because the next day everyone who came by was smiles and greetings and asking about the bike and the trip.