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

        El Salvador and the start of Nicaragua!

        A travel blog entry by brahmleupen on Aug 25, 2015

        13 photos

        ... and colonial architecture. I'm not a religious guy at all but it is really peaceful sitting in some of the churches. As a do with all new cities I go to, the first thing I do is walk around. On a backstreet away from the main touristy area, I found a street packed with people. I though it was just some parade or protest so I started walking with the crowd out if curiosity to see where everyone was going. All of a sudden everyone ...

        Service Learning Training

        A travel blog entry by schipper on Jul 09, 2015

        53 photos

        ... that experience.

        Nicaragua was unlike anything I have seen before, especially in my last two years traveling Europe. The are no skyscrapers or anything "big city." It is clearly not a wealthy country yet the people were beyond kind towards us and it was amazing to meet the people of the local village that we assisted with. In addition, the ladies and gents that ...

        Mr Bean Moment

        A travel blog entry by mcb5022 on Feb 26, 2015

        4 photos

        ... probably complaining about the lack of wildlife. Once we managed to get past the slowcoach it was then another 200 odd meteres or more before we passed the last of their group. Up front was a couple of younger or fitter people no doubt bemoaning the lack of pace.

        Soon we were to be rid of them but just before we left them, one of their party who had been studying her ipad the whole way left the path in search of a geocache. Don't bother sticking ...

        Granada, Nicaragua

        A travel blog entry by lexiejo70 on Jan 03, 2015

        25 photos

        Granada, Nicaragua

        Took the ferry back to the mainland. This time it was smooth sailing! From there we headed to Granada- about an hour's drive from the ferry landing.

        Granada is a lovely colonial town on the shores of the northern part of Lake Nicaragua. We rented a little house about 2 blocks from the town center and it was just what we needed after some time roughing it! For starters the house was in an actual town- not a village or farm in ...

        White Sheets Soft Pillows

        A travel blog entry by aquest on Oct 26, 2014

        32 photos

        ... It seems many people use this as a base to explore the surrounding country side particularly volcano Mombacho

        Initial impressions are that Nicaragua is more affluent, the roads are in better shape, few potholes and painted lines, the houses appear in better shape. In Granada there are still guards in hotels and banks but they ...