Villa Serena San Benito

Address: Calle Circunvalacion 46, San Salvador, El Salvador | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Circunvalacion 46, San Salvador, is near Dado Beach, Underground Ammunition Factory (Machon Ayalon), Banias Waterfall, and Tazumal.
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Travel Blogs from San Salvador

Garden of Roses

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 11, 2014

6 comments, 9 photos

... bath robes, etc. were also hanging in a glass display case, along with some of the person possessions - watches, books, passports, eye glasses - that sort of thing.

We then went to the Garden of Roses. The small garden - maybe half the size of our front lawn for those who have been to the Island - was fenced off after the massacre. The gardener planted two white roses in the center to commemorate his wife and daughter. Later were added a number ...

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

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jul 28, 2014

2 photos

... it turned out that they hadn't a clue, either. I would just have to wait until the bus showed up and try and get that information straight from the bus driver. The hours of waiting dragged on a bit and I spent most of that time observing two female bus company employees as they shamelessly flirted with the gringo who had just earlier ruthlessly tried to negotiate a better deal on his bus ticket. He got two dollars off the price of 42 dollars. And now one of the ...

How many people does it take . . .

A travel blog entry by andrea.sagsveen on Jun 14, 2014

5 photos

... about each other. The emotions were a mixture of excitement in getting back to our routines and families at home and sadness in saying goodbye to each other and the country the next day. Some team members were already making plans to return or keep in touch with each other as well as some of the locals that they had gotten to know during the week. Everyone agreed that the mission trip was a great ...

Baking in the Sun and Huge Waves

A travel blog entry by deni367 on Apr 01, 2014

10 photos

... raving about, Papusas. For $1, I think it was definitely worth all the hype and seeing as its made in front of you, tastes great and is served with a smile. The next day, a friend I met in Peru arrived and we tried out the beach. The volcanic black sand heated up so much you had to run to the water if you weren't wearing flip flops. The water itself was so warm by midday that nothing could cool you down except a cold shower. We checked the ...

Four Countries in One Day (by Crowded Bus)

A travel blog entry by thewalkers on Feb 25, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... day’s sight seeing. It wasn’t until we went to pay that we were told that the bus actually leaves at 4am. Ouch. By this time we had already got our heads round the ‘direct route’ so we sucked it up and went back to the room to pack. We still had time to visit our last place on the Copan list (Macaw Mountain - see separate entry) so we headed up there for a couple of hours before retiring to the ...