Hotel Los Arcos
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Los Arcos Esteli
fairly spartan room with wifi and some hanging space. Food is below par but location is ok. town alarm goes off at 6am and is audible from here
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Our mini farewell tour of northern Nicaragua was short and initially uneventful, as at our first destination of Esteli, where we planned on touring the famous cigar factories we arrived to discover that they were shut on the weekends. It was a case of close but no cigar! Thankfully, like all our journeys in this region it was relatively short, allowing us time to relax and look around our neighbourhood in this sprawling university town after trudging along the Pan Americana, which ...
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... After seeing me, he carried on for two more blows. I wanted to be sick afterwards, and started crying uncontrollably. I think somehow I went into shock out of empathy for the helplessness of the person who made that noise and uttered the piteous "I didn't do anything William" and the image I saw of him from where I stood in the kitchen doorway, normally a shy, polite, attractive, loving 14 year old, stood still and straight, back against the ...
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