Hotel Puerto Bus

Address: Alameda Juan Pablo II y Avenida 19, Norte, San Salvador, El Salvador | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Alameda Juan Pablo II y Avenida 19, Norte, San Salvador, is near Gold Museum (Museo del Oro), Ruinas de Ujarras, Plaza de la Cultura, and Central Park (Parque Central).
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Travel Blogs from San Salvador

Trippin' in Santa Ana

A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 01, 2015

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... distance.

The final destination was at the Sheraton hotel and as soon as I picked up my backpack, I jumped in a cab to the Occidente bus terminal to catch a local bus back in the direction I had just come to get to Santa Ana. This was US$5. A bit steep in my opinion, although it was a few miles away. I get the feeling that every foreigner has to pay US$5 minimum.

In the station, I asked the controller for the Santa Ana bus and he was decent enough ...

It's Church & Remember Day

A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Feb 22, 2015

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... by European standards) are e remains of Archbishop Oscar A. Romero. He was killed by government troops while he was saying mass because he spoke out against the violent and repressive government. He is a reveered symbol of hope for the Salvadorian people.

I am learning so much about what the native and poor people suffered at the hands of this US backed government. It's exteremely eye-opening to hear the personal stories and know the families that have been ...

Becoming a Beach Bum in El Salvador

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Dec 28, 2014

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... choose just one spot in each country to visit. For El Salvador that spot was El Tunco, a chilled surfer beach town that resembled a strange mix of California and Bali. It was here that we settled in to the cheapest backpackers in town (which just so happened to be equipped with a cool shady pool) and spent a few days living off pupusas (my new favourite street food) and hanging out on the picturesque beach. Yet more time was ...

El cheapo travel in El Salvador, but be warned!

A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Aug 04, 2014

... are hard to come by, but usually there are more buses in the morning and then they stop in the afternoon. You donīt really want to travel after 6pm on a chicken bus anyways - safety first! If you can find out what Route number you need, it makes it easier to find the bus and make sure youīre going the right way. Chicken buses have a bad reputation for high statistics of traffic accidents and robberies. But I didnīt experience either. So far, I have only seen ...

'¡Que Aventura!' (Crossing Borders, Part 3)

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jul 28, 2014

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... into the other one? Who were these people anyway? Had they any idea about my hotel? Or was I about to get kidnapped? Instead of getting out of the car we started following the other car. Which soon turned off the main road and into a sort of gated community, passed a big fence and a security guard. Where on earth were they taking me? And finally I saw it. My hotel. A cute little house in an apparently safe neighbourhood. An older lady was standing in front of ...

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