Hotel La Pergola

Address: Calle el Caimito, de la Alcaldía Municipal, 3 cuadras al Lago, Granada, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle el Caimito, de la Alcaldía Municipal, 3 cuadras al Lago, Granada, is near Sailing School Velago Granada.
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    Travel Blogs from Granada

    Tengo dólares.

    A travel blog entry by grenada1 on Sep 09, 2015


    ... effort to speak their language.
    So to all you out there that are struggling to learn a new language or contemplating learning one I say keep at it, don't be afraid!
    It can be really rewarding-especially if it's for the Kingdom.
    Keep up the good work and as always be safe!
    "Jehovah is my helper, I will not be afraid." Hebrews 13:6

    Hottest month of the year

    A travel blog entry by candiceanthony on Jun 06, 2015

    We woke up and nearly missed the shuttle to Granada because be were sleeping so much!! This was our best shuttle ride yet because it was only 3 hours! I sat beside this guy thy told me he has been cycling through all of Central America and this was his first shuttle ride. CRAZY! I could never do that! Especially in this hot climate! Once we got to granada we went straight to this hostel called oasis because we heard ...

    Granada: the hottest place on earth!

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Apr 17, 2015

    25 photos

    ... the dirt paths that wound through the markets for 10 minutes trying not to step in the crushed mangos and rotting fruit, taking in the great variety of everyday goods that were on offer, before we gave in and hopped into a taxi. The artisan markets were much less busy, noisy and stinky than the municipal markets, located within the walls of a Spanish fort and occupied entirely by vendors and western tourists. The stalls were crammed tight into the ancient walls, full ...

    Bussing & Granada

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 05, 2015

    We (Robin, Claire, Dave and I) had a lazy morning and grabbed the 11 o'clock ferry out of town. The hostel guy snagged me for $5 for the push bike before I left. I told him it was the worst $5 I've ever spent. Don't think he liked that. The ferry was a car one too, and infinetly nicer than the one I arrived to the island on. A bit more expensive ($2) but justifiably so. From the port we grabbed a taxi to the bus depot in town. The driver kept asking if ...

    Lazy in Granada!

    A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Mar 04, 2015

    11 photos

    ... Destin, FL. They were going to sign up for the Mayasa Volcano tour on Thurs. am. Because they were 2, I knew this tour would definitely go, but I said I would show up by 8:15 am, if I was going to join them.

    After chatting a bit at the tour operator, we decide to go for Happy Hour and a bite to eat at Nectar. Lindsey is a photographer and Josiah is active duty in the Air Force. They have been to the Corn Islands (a ...