Hotel de Campo Cano Negro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Concierge desk
- Hot tub
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... the Churches Leon also houses one of the best and beautiful Modern Art Museums we have been to in the world. In 4 big Colonial houses with beautiful patios they have quite some impressive Central American Paintings. Really worth a visit. In Leon the revolution movement of the Sandinistas is also present. They even have a Revolution Museum where you are shown around by one of the revolutionists and you get a good introduction how it started and how they won the battle ...
Having read some blogs about people getting soaked and fearing for their lives doing the crossing on small boats we timed our arrival to get a large ferry over to Ometepe, only to find that a small boat was at the dock when we arrived.
We put our bags on the roof and carefully selected a seat trying to work out which would be the driest. As we left the harbour the waves built up (Lake Nicaragua is the biggest lake in Central America and is ...
... Volcano and went up the west side, which was active until a few year ago and it was an amazing view!! Afterwards, I spent some time in the natural hot springs and ordered ,y first drink (Lava Flow) and Tequila shot at a pool bar.... Oh so super cool! My calves and knees were aching from all the walking and hiking I did in Flamingo so before I get to Monteverde, a mountainous region where I'm sure I will do more hiking, the ...
It was another early morning today as we had a packed day of activities ahead of us. After a not so good breakfast at the hotel that consisted of what could only be described as spam on toast and eggs, our pick up arrived to take us to our first activity of the morning which was canyoneering. It was about a 25 minute drive after a few pick ups at other hotels to the start where we got suited up with a harness, helmet and gloves. They then took us further up ...
Our first positive impressions of Nicaragua were influenced by a combination of the heady “we can do this!” feeling, the lovely countryside we were descending into, the good smooth road, and the cleaner roadsides than in Guatemala and Honduras—there seemed to be a lot less plastic garbage, although it may have been because much of the vegetation at the road’s edge had just been burned off, taking the plastic garbage with it. Another factor ...