InterContinental Real Managua At Metrocentro Mall
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Swimming pool
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... They do charge an entry fee for adults only, which cost 20 cordobas for the 4 of us, which equals about 75 cents. I finally got the Lempira:USD down and now I'm trying unsuccessfully to figure out the Córdoba:USD. I suck at math so it ain't easy! Anyway, it was so nice to spend time with them and we headed back to their house for a while before I made my way back home for the night. I must mention that I'm so mad my Fitbit died on me the other day and I ...
... to the duty free stall because i saw an offer for Flor de Caņa rum. Picked up a couple of the 18yo (to last the holiday of course) and went back to watching the bags go round and round with no sight of ours.
Once it was obvious that no more were comin through the shute I walked over to the AA counter and asked if there was another load coming. Luckily the chap spoke english and asked if my name was Mr B. Apparently they had left our bags behind ...
... island called Monkey Island - so called because - you guessed it - there are some monkeys on there. We spotted them swinging from the trees. Back in Granada, Jess and I walked out to the bus ticket offices - about a 20 minute walk. We tried Ticabus first but they were full so we trudged down to Transnica - another bus company that was able to offer us seats on the 6:30am service. Groan... On our walk back to town I stopped off ...
... do their daily shopping for fresh fruits and vegetables, home made tamales, tortillas, chicken and fish, flowers as well as hardware and clothing. There is a crush of people making it difficult to navigate the narrow aisles.
After boarding the plane at SFO and making a quick stopover in Houston, we met with our GSE guides at the airport in Managua, Nicaragua. We quickly strapped our packs onto the top of the bus, crammed ourselves in, and set off for our hotel in Boaco. We made a quick stop in the middle of nowhere to sample guirilas, a traditional Nicaraguan dish that consists of a fresh corn tortilla with cheese, onions, and cream. ...