Hotel Portal del Angel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Portal del Angel Tegucigalpa
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... can only be described as a mini-banquet. The family are long time activisits, but obviously not poor but comfortable upper middle class. Melo knew one of the daughters from a hunger strike in which both had participated many years ago. The matriarch of the family is Stella, and she is the person who was going to be interviewed for a live program on Radio Prorgreso. Stella is 91 years old, but a most delightful and provocative woman with strong opinions on most things ...
... the Jesuit residence for the afternoon which allowed me to have a refreshing shower and a siesta, as we had begun the trip at 4:30 in the morning. In the evening Melo broadcast his evening program from the transmission cabin of Radio Progreso in the Jesuit residence. There are two full time correspondents of Radio Progreso in Tegucigalpa.
The following morning after breakfast we began the trip back to El Progreso. As with the previous day, I drove half the ...
... of fast food outlets. The main avenidas at times are quite wide and resemble main streets in the USA with a lot of businesses located along them. In all honesty, there wasn't that much to see for a tourist, but it felt a reasonably safe place (as big cities go) walking in this district.
I mean, how many times can you casually drop 'Tegucigalpa? Oh yes, I've been there' into conversation.
And you know I will given the first chance.
... Because of the security detail, it seemed the people in and around the plaza were as interested in looking at us as we were in looking at them.
The inside of the church is very colorful. I do not believe I have ever seen the primary colors used so predominantly in a church. The colors and the Baroque style made it very eye-catching. The people we observed in the church praying seemed to be very poor.
Just a couple ...
More than anything it was a relief to leave Utila and get
one with the next stage of my trip, although with all my flights now booked I
knew I’d have to kind of rush a little bit through the rest of Honduras, which
as you’ll find out, wasn’t the worst thing in the world!
I tried sorting a Couchsurfing host in the first town (La
Ceiba) back on the mainland but he was about as useful as replying as some people
I’ve tried messaging ...