Hotel Portal del Angel
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... der Plan für morgen also schon: ab zum Busterminal und auf dem Landweg weiter nach Gracias, das weiter westlich im Hochland liegt. Von dort aus kann man den Parque National Montaña de Celaque bestens erreichen, wo es beispielsweise den höchsten Berg Honduras', den El Cerro de las Minas (2849 m) zu besteigen gilt und man auch sonst wunderschön durch die dortigen Nebelwälder wandern kann. Besser wir haben dort einen Tag mehr als hier einen 'rumbringen‘ zu ...
... to walk the entire length of the city walls. I proceeded to have hundreds of photos sitting ontop of all the cannons we passed a-spread. We then headed out on the river to the other side to get some stunning photos of the city from the cliff lookout.
Nov 7 Update
Phin: "On train to Quebec City!...come back Montreal!!! Much needed liver vacation!! Why are windows always so dirty!?" "Is 4 bagels too many in one sitting?"
... asleep only to be wakened a short time later by Judith returning, armed with the most noxious chemical spray I have ever smelt and she proceeded to spray copious amounts on the mattress and sheets. Whatever chemical that was (I'm sure it must be banned in the UK) the bed bugs didn't stand a chance. Apparently our receptionist had refused to allow Judith to sleep in the living room and had provided both a denial that there were bed bugs and the chemicals to eradicate them. I feel ...
... for you. Thank you for being the open, loving person you are. You have blessed me and I hope we can continue to be in touch.
After reflection, we all flocked into the girls’ room to hang out. We all joked and exchanged playful banter. John and I teased that we would rather stay in the spare bunk in the girls’ room than be in ...
... the children. It about broke my heart to see so many children without their real parents. Mae explained that all of the children at Nuevo Paraiso had either been abandoned or abused by their parents. One little boy, Doñario, immediately grabbed my hand and yelled “Amigo!” (friend). This child that I had never bet immediately saw me as a friend and motioned for me to lift him up ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking