Hotel La Dolce Vita
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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 …
So we've been in Nicaragua for about 2 weeks and its been all about the beach and surf. It started in Leon where the shuttle from El Salvador dropped us, which is about 20 minutes from the beach in a hot town with bits of everything going on. Its got traditional parts to it, then there is also quite a few hostels and backpackers getting around. The street food was pretty good and our first night there we ended up going out to a bar that was heaps of fun! The next day i was off to go ...
... I have no idea what he said so I don't know for sure how bad it was, but it wasn't rainbows and unicorns. He was pretty upset. I thought he was probably over-reacting and tried to change the subject by asking where most people like to ride the horses that they rented. “At Playa Coco!” he answered. Duh!
I don't know why anyone would rent a horse for 4 hours just to ride it up and down the same beach she's been walking up and down for the past week? ...
... is music in the street or someone has their stereo blasting bachata or salsa tunes. Throughout the country, we saw many signs of Nicaragua's civil conflict and the opposition to US involvement including signs for FSLN leader Daniel Ortega, FSLN spray-painted buildings and old Sandino billboards. The FSLN guerrillas resisted US involvement and ousted the Somoza dictatorship in 1978. The Sandinista revolution was followed by The Contra War. Under the ...
... year) an absolute abundance of fresh volcanic spring water to drink, shower, and water the garden with. Speaking of water, there's also a pool. With a spectacular view. See, InanItah rests on a piece of land on the slopes of the Maderas volcano, just up the land isthmus from the Concepcion volcano. So whenever looking downhill, you're staring upwards at the glorious Volcan Concepcion, with it surrounded by the waters of lake Nicaragua. I spent many afternoons hanging out ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility