Kings Palace Hotel

Km 5, Carretera Masaya, Managua, Nicaragua | Hotel
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A little luxury goes a long way

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak


... the sights of the centre and investigating the cathedral and museum here. The museum is on the site of a church convent and was very interesting in that it had ancient stone sculptures collected from around Lake Nicaragua and islands that the indiginous people thousands of years ago had carved.Very hot and sun beating down we wandered down to the waterfront where no one was and we then wandered back to the town where we had a relaxing and cooling massage each ...

POTTERY and a tour of San Juan De Oriente

A travel blog entry by emassoth


... today. It's not in season but we bought 4 and our home stay mother made juice. It was delectable. Jo and Addie manage the most fun with their Spanish teachers taking them to a church today where there were involved in a celebration that included pinatas. They too are forced to practice all day to communicate. Jo feels better. We went to a local pharmacy and picked up pedialite, and some other medicines that any better planned parent might have brought ...

Slow Food Touring

A travel blog entry by ktowell


... speak correct Spanish when we buy doughnuts from him during our breaktime at 3:15 each day.

“It's Ok”, he said when I apologized for the 15th time. “You don't have to speak. I know you understand a little.”

Repetition brings understanding. Now I know that the man driving the car down the street and shouting into the megaphone is announcing the death of someone in the neighborhood, or ...

Leon The Road to Ruins

A travel blog entry by lottyh


... for him. We can only imagined what went on throughout their two decades of civil war. How many more people died , no one knows for sure. We were in the colonial city of Leon shortly after an hour with just a brief stop to take photos of a volcano along the way.

Our first stop was a church where several kids and a man performed for us. You can tell that they are under a lot of hardships. Sadly, their clothings were ragged, their shoes were well worn out and ...

Spider Monkeys, Egrets & Mombacho Volcano

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... was to see the spider monkeys coming down to the boat side for the bananas.

Then at last while on the little Isla ...


This hotel, located on Km 5, Carretera Masaya, Managua, is near Tierra Tours: Granada, Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Nicaragua Mia Spanish School, and Guadalupe Church.
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