Kings Palace Hotel

Km 5, Carretera Masaya, Managua, Nicaragua | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Managua

Elmo, Montgomery and Windsor Day 7

A travel blog entry by gse_nica2014

Today was such a relaxing and lovely day! The day started out with a wonderful pancake breakfast and three excursion options in Granada! We could either go shopping, take a city tour and visit an abandoned hospital. The tours were all amazing and unique in different ways, and showed so much of Nicaraguan culture. At around 11:30, we hopped on the bus and headed to Laguna de Apoyo. When we got there, we ate lunch, checked into our rooms ...

The Amazing Bus Race

A travel blog entry by greld


... The countryside was beautiful during our drive and Susanna and I managed to sit down the entire time during our 1 hour bus ride so that was a blessing.

I came back to Managua so Susanna and I could go on a camping trip together starting on Saturday. But also to go salsa dancing again at a live music event for her friends birthday. Those plans fell through and we ended up back at the original salsa ...

Different Fears

A travel blog entry by ktowell


... with grass?” he asked disgustedly.

We got out of the car and walked up a steep trail, past another sign that said “Danger! Do not pass! Landslide area!” to a viewpoint where we watched the sun going down. Then we slid down the shale hill back to the car and drove around to the back of the smoking crater where we were outfitted with plastic helmets and sporadically working flashlights, and filed down into a cave filled with ...

Adiós Nicaragua

A travel blog entry by slaw


... a motorcycle. The first motorized vehicle on little corn island - the gem of Nicaragua. I can't help but find this fact sad. It's already not the same. It won't be long before more motorcycles are brought over. Then 4 wheelers. Then maybe they will develop the road around the island. Then cars. It may be small but people are always looking for an easier way around things! In 10 years Nicaragua will still be beautiful with friendly people and warm waters. But it won't be the Nicaragua I know ...


A travel blog entry by kezzah16


... using a mini buses. Our first bus was leaving Leon and travelling to Managua the capital of Nicaragua. The journey in all fairness wasn't that bad for the small price we paid a little cramped but as it only took an hour and a half it was bareable. The second journey was somewhat more interesting, at first we were dragged onto the bus as it was leaving the station for Granada the second we stepped off our first bus. Secondly it was full of locals selling all ...


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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