Hotel El Conquistador

Address: Plaza Inter,100 mts.Sur 100 mts Oeste, Managua, 0000, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Plaza Inter,100 mts.Sur 100 mts Oeste, Managua.
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    Travel Blogs from Managua

    Day 1

    A travel blog entry by gsenicaragua15 on Jun 29, 2015

    ... This flight was short and sweet, however the burst of heat and humid air that hit us like a bus once we walked outside. We all knocked out instantly on the van ride to Leon. Once in Leon, we all put our luggage in the hostal and went for lunch at a local buffet style resturaunt. Afterwards, we walked to the Basilica Cathedral of Leon and took pictures from the top of it. Then we walked to the Museum of Myths and Legands where we ...

    A home away from home

    A travel blog entry by uvmchacocente on Jun 18, 2015


    ... of our time in the project.
    Today we continued our current project which is reinforcing the school's walkways, which have begun to erode during the rainy season. This includes expanding a hole that we have been digging, and wheeling the dirt over to the walkways to be packed in the eroded gaps. As a group of strong 20 year olds (and a stronger 52 year old) , you would think we would be the ideal candidates to lead such a task. However, while we did put in ...

    In the Jungle

    A travel blog entry by jobell2015 on Feb 05, 2015

    15 photos

    ... that could occur and adapting to a different pace and lifestyle that is Costa Rican.
    The days we spent going into the remote villages and then into specific homes were both eye opening and humbling. These people live "off the grid" which means without electricity. The solar panel with the 2 to 4 light bulbs it can support is the only source of light they have. The first village we visited involved the following journey: driving for 20 minutes over bumpy dirt roads with several ...

    Nicaragua: The south west.

    A travel blog entry by paulandton on Nov 13, 2014

    2 comments, 96 photos

    ... this December. We moved to Granada for a next chapter. Granada is the oldest colonial city in Central / South America. It is indeed a beautiful City. Like Trinidad in Cuba it has beautiful and colorful buildings / churches but it has a more city feeling than Trinidad and it is not as busy as Managua and definitely a lot cleaner. Granada has a great vibe. Even the souvenir sellers are friendly and not pushy at all and seem to prefer to chat than selling ...

    So long, farewell...

    A travel blog entry by nmblohm on Jul 13, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Well today began with smiles, but ends with sad faces. It was our last day in Nicaragua and we parted ways with a national treat- Toña beer. Brewed locally and imported nowhere (that I know of). But the morning started with a bang. Remember that awesome organization you read about in an earlier blog post (Bienvenido Madrina Alissa Christopherson)? Well I actually sponsor two friends here and we got to visit with the other one this ...