Hotel La Dolce Vita
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Travel Blogs from San Juan del Sur
We spent our last few days in Nicaragua in San Juan del Sur. It is a beach town on the southwest side of Nicaragua. We arrived in the late afternoon, found a hotel that looked good, and then walked around the town. There were lots of restaurants, bars, and shops, but it was still a small town and easy to walk everywhere. We …
... Nicaraguans and tourists on vacation. It’s not difficult to imagine how this place is normally even more relaxed, almost borderline lethargic. But this is anything but a normal week: is Semana Santa, the most important period of holiday and festivities of the whole continent, and many people from many parts of the country took the opportunity to come here for Easter. For this reason it was not very easy to find a place to sleep: the first night, as we got here quite late, ...
... the atmosphere every day. The coach took us right up to the rim but unfortunately the steam being generated by the volcano means it's not possible to see any activity. It must have always been like this. Legend has it that when the Spanish first arrived they saw a glow in the bottom of the volcano which they assumed was where the indigenous people hid there gold. They rigged up some scaffolding and lowered a bucket down into the ...
... order to prolong their adventure. Those people aren't just traveling, they are budgeting every move they make. I would probably light myself on fire if I had to do that. Too much real life.
Another real life issue that I can't vacation my way out of is the toilet that is currently clogging in my bathroom. Bathroom issues destroy me. They should be private. Things that happen while we are not wearing pants should not be open for discussion.
When the boys ...
... each evening was quite the treat. I spent the days fairly relaxed, popping in and out of town, enjoying the local cuisine, walking along the beach and lounging by the pool. The main event in San Juan del Sur is Funday Sunday and thatīs when things get crazy. An all day party, starting at 10am, which involves pool hopping all over town. It was so much fun. Needless to say, the next day when the hostal offered a home cooked roast dinner and movie night, I stayed put. Costa Rica can wait one more ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility