Hotel Santander

Address: 8a Calle Poniente No.2321 Col. Flor Blanca, San Salvador, El Salvador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8a Calle Poniente No.2321 Col. Flor Blanca, San Salvador, is near Underground Ammunition Factory (Machon Ayalon), Dado Beach, Mini Israel, and Banias Waterfall.
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          Downtown Salvador

          A travel blog entry by louisew91 on Sep 20, 2015

          ... in England - they're more like craters! One thing that striked me right away were the mannequins: they had huge bums and huge boobs! They looked like blow up dolls; it was hilarious! We also walked past a local park where some lads were partaking in a soccer tournament. Honestly, their nets were probably a metre wide and they were playing on a basketball court. There was also music playing from a ...

          Welcome to El Salvador!

          A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 02, 2015

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          ... Gastronomica! We were ready at the bus stop at 5:30am. Yes, brothers and sisters, that is 5:30am on a Sunday morning. It was there, at the bus stop, where we were informed that not only is there No Cervesa, there is No Autobus. Book one more night at the Papaya and have another smoothie. Thank God I carry with me emergency Rum. We successfully left the Costa De Balsamo and El Tunco this Monday morning at the reasonable hour of 8:30am headed for the colonial town ...

          Copan Ruinas

          A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 30, 2014

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          ... where a small temple has been restored to within an inch of it's life. Even in the heyday of Mayan culture I'm not sure that they would have had such sharp corners and laser-precision angles. As we went further into the site though, it got better and better. When I looked at the site map we had picked up yesterday at the tourist information (they do not give them to you at the ticket counter despite the hefty entry fee) I discovered that we were walking in the reverse to the ...

          Potholes and mountain roads

          A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 07, 2014


          By 11 am 5 of us were ready to leave El Progreso in Melo´s truck. It has a back seat but the seat is more like a bench. Out of deference to my age and brittle bones, plus being Melo´s spare driver, I sat in the front. It was almost an 8.5 hour trip. Two of the others were from the Radio Progreso and the third person was a young woman from Guatemala who had stopped in Honduras for a week to connect with people at RP. She was actually staying at Doņa Lita´s house, so I had met her there ...

          Content is a hammock.

          A travel blog entry by debbieluxon on Aug 23, 2014

          1 comment

          ... a place or a voice to be heard in the world, like a jungle with people climbing to get to the top and see that crack of sunlight. Here content is a hammock. Content is a long hard day's work where you still have the energy to see your friends at the end. It's a bunch of leaves teasing each other with sunlight in their own stark shadows. At first when I came here I thought how boring life must be for some- lying in a hammock and watching life's slow trudge onwards. Seeing the ...