Hotel La Pergola
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Pergola Granada
Travel Blogs from Granada
... through there bums and Mickey Mouse was the first non human Oscar winner and Nepal has the only non triangular flag in the world! Unfortunately we came in second place, but t was still lots of fun with our new friends! After that it was 10:00pm and wayyyy past my bedtime so I went to sleep and Anthony followed! Oh also! Tomorrow we were supposed to leave but we love it so much here we asked to stay a third night! Yay! One more full ...
... snacks and water. Then we headed out to walk around the crater. Since we also wanted to make sure we had time for the canopy tour, we didn't walk around the whole crater and only walked to the first 2 viewpoints. The Volcano wasn't active and the crater was beautiful! There was so much greenery and the views of Granada and Lake Nicaragua were amazing! It was one of those things where the camera just didn't do the view justice. No human has gone inside ...
... mother who has a 14 year old son who doesn’t speak, at all. The mother had zero interest in speaking with us and the meals that were dished up consisted mainly of cheap, flavourless processed carbohydrates. We ate with the mother twice out of our 15 meals and she spoke in fast fluent Spanish with a German girl who had been living there for a few months at the table making it as if we didn’t exist. The family also ate different food ...
... cities are, although they are spread out over quite a large area.
I walked a little further on out to La Polvora, an old fort. Unfortunately it is not open to the public.
Back in town I headed north up past the hostel to the old railway station, purely out of curiosity as there are very few railways in central america. The old station was still intact, in fact numerous youths were being employed in sprucing it up. For another US$1 fee I was ...
We got on the mini-bus to Granada from San Juan Del Sur around 9am. The bus was spacious and half empty. What a luxury! The trip was pretty quick and before noon we had checked into our little hotel - Hotel Terrasol - and we're out exploring the streets of Granada. Granada is an old colonial town with that classic architecture, rows and rows of homes and stores that designate where one ends and another begins by the change in the brightly colored stucco. The sidewalks are decent ...