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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out the surroundings and see where things were. So I left wandering the nearby shops and did some shopping for drinks and snacks. I also climbed the hill behind the hotel which lead to a lookout over the city . Managua suffered from 2 large earthquakes and the last one was in 1972 killing thousands of people and literally destroyed the main buildings. As a result the city was moved outwards from the beautiful lake side and the main government centres spread around so ...
Today is a holiday here in Nicaragua! Mother's Day! Everyone is off of work and school so that they can celebrate their mothers and travel to see them if they live far away. So, all morning I've been playing with Luis. We played cars, monopoly, tag, and colored. I've learned so much Spanish from playing with the kids because they're not afraid to correct me when I say something incorrectly. Even though there's no school today, ...
... film the showdown, but when one of the nice hotel workers saw us heading out with the smart phone in hand, he ran after us to warn us about having the phone out in the market because it’s a pretty tempting thing to swipe. When we told him we were going to the supermarket, not the public Mercado, he was relieved. He flagged down a cab, told the driver where we were going, sternly warned him not overcharge us, and shut my door, even though ...
... too quiet. Plus there were a few who simply had too much to drink the previous night or probably early this morning! Happens all round the world.
Xalteva Church had an early morning service on, La Merced Church was closed so we could not climb the ...
... 252;pfen und los. Obwohl Michèle die Stadt bereits kannte, wurde ich seelisch nicht mit warm mit Managua. Es war heiss. Sehr heiss. Natürlich sind wir in der Mittagszeit unter wolkenlosem Himmel los; was nicht gerade half, den mehrstündigen Spaziergang in einem positiven Aspekt zu sehen. Das Hostel war schrecklich gelegen, weit weg von guten Ess-, oder Ausgehmöglichkeiten. Dies ist uns erst aufgefallen, als wir uns hungrig auf die ...