Seminole Plaza Hotel
Travel Blogs from Managua
... functional, but there's still a lot of natural beauty surrounding it. I'm also very pleased that I'm staying indoors tonight - I had timed my packing up perfectly this morning to leave with a stone-dry tent, and it's now hammering down with rain (and about a 4km walk to the nearest campsite). Feeling properly jammy. And I'm drinking my peach iced tea out of a GLASS. Also I have a birthday jumper. It's got reindeers and tractors on it and it's the most beautiful jumper you have ever ...
... as "gallo pinto," someone selling something that they were carrying on their head, the police station (bonus points if you took a picture with an officer), and the Boaco lighthouse (unique in that Boaco is nowhere remotely near water). Many of the items required us to ask locals about their whereabouts in Spanish. In the end, the two teams tied, and everyone went back to the hotel to shower (with buckets) and ...
... pole simply to stop it from being blown away.
Up here at the summit is extremely scenic and there are many walks etc into the surrounding mountains. A fast flowing river makes its way along the edge of the road and has carved many wonderful shapes and tunnels into the hardened deep snow.
Onwards down the north face of the pass and the wind has dropped. This road down the pass hugs the cliff edge for mile after mile. Two mighty waterfalls run over the edge of ...
... city and it's not pretty, especially compared to Nicaragua's natural beauty to be found outside of the city. And it turns out many people here are poor and unemployed and understandably, not very happy about it. So the poor aesthetics, combined with negative attitudes and outlook on life, combined with some random occasions of poverty-inspired crime, is enough to give Managua a bad rep.
I slept in today. ...
... demonstrating that you can make money and have ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center