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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Granada
All was good, we got a room for $79.. Pool was larger, breakfast was good and the beers were cold. The staff was very helpful when we had some questions and they spoke OK english.
Things could have been a bit cleaner but so could the whole country
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... then headed for a stroll. Canada had recommended a place called Garden Cafe for lunch so we set off in search of it and it didn't disappoint...great choice! Jen, with the Lonely Planet in hand, took us on a walking tour of Granada. A few church's, Kathy's Waffle House and two irish bars later we got our first view of Lake Nicaragua, the worlds 20th largest lake at 8,200km2. Nothing to report from the evening, ...
... she shifted in her seat, or crossed her legs or sighed heavily, either. She simply sat, looking pressed and smelling slightly of oranges. Occasionally, without even looking at the directions, she would use the phone implanted in the seatback in front of her. I’m sure she was calling her banker, her businessman lover, and her college boyfriend, in that order, but she was speaking French, or Swiss, or some other ...
... next morning... they were pretty good but very rich!
On our last night in Granada a girl from our hostel was getting a tattoo done by a local tatoo artist. The tattoo guy brought all his equipment etc to do the tatoo in a room in the hostel. Unfortunately there was poor light in the room so Kate helped out with a flash light and some moral support... and kate said she hates needles..!
Next stop we will be in Leon, our last destination in Nicaragua.
... be the outcome. This was an effective technique from Alyson to scare Caitlin. The afternoon outing was to Lake Nicaragua not so far away where we were boated suitably and shared the company of Pierre, the owner of Nicaraguan Adventures. Edgar excelled as usual pointing out every breathing creature and informing us with the detail of Iolo Williams and the enthusiasm of David Attenborough. Traditional fishermen live simply with their families on many of the minute islands ...