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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Real Leon
Very pleasant stay. Rooms were clean. Air conditioner and cable worked perfectly. Beds were comfy. Breakfast was tasty (pancakes & eggs one day and gallo pinto and eggs the next). My only thought would be for them to have more staff that spoke english and that were more helpful with suggesting navigating to local restaurants.
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Travel Blogs from Leon
... will happily accept another amigo (which he did). We pile into Manny's car while we discuss travel plans and what we hope happens tonight at the party and before we know it, we are at Las Penitas and ready to party. But when we enter, you could almost hear the crickets. It was quiet, there was barely any people but we grab drinks and head out the back to the water. I jump in for a splash and catch some waves before sundown and we await the entertainment. But there was ...
... app with the arrows pointing different directions etc. We get to the bus depo after Leesh decides to navigate. We had a good stroll through the more local areas of town (didn't see any caucasians for a long while) we jump up and reserve our seats as we read it gets full quick. The heat starts to take its toll on Leesh and she starts to feel ill. Probably a combination of heat hand the mouthful of old milk from this morning but we are eventually on our way and get a breeze. The ...
We got up early in the morning to have breakfast. Then the people at the hotel took us to the bus station. We got on the express bus towards Leon no problem. It was really nice to be on a bus going into the countryside because we got to see how local people lived and what they did on a daily basis. We saw fields of sorghum and sugarcane. We also saw lots of cashew trees and some sort of a Guava tree we think.
After a couple of hours we arrived in ...
... we pulled out a map of Central America and a calendar and decided to guesstimate where we would be on the date. We landed squarely on León and booked a couple of dorm beds in a hostel there on a whim. So there it was, the nitty gritty was locked in. Now we just had to hope that everything else worked out. That León would be an awesome city, that the hostel would be a cool place to spend Christmas, and that we would meet some awesome people to share ...
... to Latin America. He wanted to go to the us. He needed to know where there where check ups and which borders you could just walk true. Interesting... We had to walk a a bit to get to the bus that would take us to Leon. But let me tell you that none of the borders is worth paying the bike-taxis for. It may only be a dollar per person but the distance is so little and it has that extra feel to it when you walk across. In Guasaule where we had to take our last bus of the day we got ...