Villa Serena San Benito

Address: Calle Circunvalacion 46, San Salvador, El Salvador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Circunvalacion 46, San Salvador, is near Underground Ammunition Factory (Machon Ayalon), Dado Beach, Banias Waterfall, and Tazumal.
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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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... known as Laguna Cuzcachapa.

Unfortunately the lagoon looked like it had seen better days (a bit like the bus from San Salvador). The algae looked thick and there were numerous dead trees surrounding the lagoon. It's possible the water level had risen as the trunks of several trees were well into the water. There was also extensive signs of trees being burnt - I'm not sure if it's charcoal that they are after, but it gave the surroundings the appearance of ...

Not your grandmothers kind of day!

A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Feb 23, 2015

8 comments, 25 photos

... thing we saw was the mystery cave where lots of bats live. It was a really cool (in more ways than one!) We also saw iguanas, some big rodent that they eat, deer, birds and lots of interesting trees and plants.

Now comes the time of reckoning! The ropes course. This is no weenie ropes course either. It is way up there in the trees and there are 25 challenges. I didn't know how hard they were until I was up there and the photos don't do the challenges justice. Most of ...

El Salvador

A travel blog entry by steveclark on Dec 15, 2014

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Today was an early start leaving at 4:30 from the lake and I wasn't particularly feeling a lot better. However the bus back to Antigua was very spacious and drive during the sunrise over mountains there were some great views. After arriving in Antigua a few hours later, we swapped into another minibus or shuttle. This was pretty much what we were used to however it wasn't too crowded. We still had about 5 hours to go before arriving at our next destination, ...

Suchitoto and the journey there

A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 29, 2014

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... pupuseria and this time shrimps were back on the menu. I followed up my delicious din dins with a visit to El Nacio, the most lively bar in town. Here they have all kinds of revolutionary paraphernalia and a very amusing array of characters sitting at the bar. The bar-tender has a special relationship with them as,from timeto time, he pulls a weapon on oneof the locals, just jokingly though. First it was a truncheon, then a chot gun, and finally, a machete. I was drinkignwith ...

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

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jul 28, 2014

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... a scan of a random selection of our bags. Everything was then loaded back onto the bus whilst an official wanted another look at my passport (I was the only gringa on a bus full of Central Americans). Not five minutes after we had left the baggage control the bus stopped again at a gas station. As I was finally getting closer to my destination I was eager to keep going, especially as it started to get dark, but most of these people were heading for Guatemala ...