Hotel La Pergola
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... like Sean Connery! Okay, maybe more like Burt Reynolds as Sean Connery on SNL, but still!> After an afternoon siesta, and a bit more to eat at the hostel, we set out to find a lookout point at Fortaleza La Polvora. We stopped in at a few churches along the way and the fort was closed by the time we got there. Ended up having great chats with a few other travellers and exchanged tips and stories. Heading back towards the hostel to get ready for dinner, we ...
... drained but ecstatic to be back. I felt that this final chapter, this lightning fast two and a half month tour of Central America, would be a true holiday. Long term travel and holidays don't have that much in common. On a holiday one has plenty of money and not much time. One eats out for every meal, drinks a lot, spends whole days laying on beaches, partakes in costly tours or adventure sports, and buy souvenirs. Long term travel is much more like real life. You stress about ...
... The main square of Granada is surrounded by beautiful colonial constructions (hotels, restaurants, souvenir shops or government buildings). Furthermore at the east side of the Parque Central there is standing one of the most prominent buildings of the city - Cathedral of Granada. The cathedral has been rebuilt several times after it was first constructed as a parochial church in 1583. The current cathedral was constructed at the beginning of the 19th century after ...
After enjoying a relaxing few days in Nombre De Jesus with Alberto's family we were feeling a bit too comfortable and decided to do something about it. Thankfully for us the only way to get down to Granada, Nicaragua was through the bus company Tica Bus, and they were more than accommodating in our efforts to get rid of our relaxed comfy feeling. A 2 a.m. 13 hour bus ride in more of a sauna than bus with 2 border crossings (El Salvador to Honduras, Honduras to ...
... supposed to end up.
We found a young man who FINALLY bargained with us enough to agree that 40 dollars was a fair payment for a taxi to Granada. He took us to his "papa" who was going to drive us, but I soon figured out it wasn't his dad because I asked his name and he had no idea. Awkward.... The drive there was about 2 hours long and it was beautiful. He stopped a few times so that Rhea Lynn and I could take pictures, and he thought I ...