Seminole Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... of the city and resulted in the deaths of 10,000 people.
The top of Loma de Tiscapa is actually the lip of Volcán Tiscapa's beautiful little crater lake, with incredible views of the city, both cathedrals and Volcán Momotombo.
Home to what’s easily Managua’s most recognizable landmark, Sandino’s somber silhouette, this national historic park was once the site of ...
... of God that the wind was blowing the same way as I was heading.
Mile after mile and photo after photo it is all the way up this pass. Finally I reach the summit of the pass which is called "Rauma Kommune". I have no idea what height it is here as the information sign has been blown over and no ways was I going to try and lift it.
The weather up here is bitter and the wind is so fierce that it was almost impossible to walk in it. I even parked my bike up against ...
... the Oostburg kids put on a short skit for the school children. They even set some time apart to explore Managua a bit. One of the directors from Tesoros showed us around the city by viewing a few key places, telling us a bit of the city's history, and exploring a huge market. The last night there, we also went along to an international high school play (Esther) at a Christian Academy.
Having such a wonderful time with this group made me just about ...
... being frustrated with people always trying to sell you something and just never really getting a good nights sleep have all made us happy to be going home. The day after our volcano tour we ended up heading back to the Masaya market to do some souvenir shopping. We purposely left all of our shopping until the very end because we knew that the market in Masaya was supposed to be the best. It's also quite overpriced! A lesson we learned the hard way. But in comparison to home ...
... illegal with no exceptions.
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Our experience here, very friendly people and incredibly beautiful lush, green landscape where only a few miles outside of the capital city of Managua, you are in the countryside with its rolling hills, volcanic mountains (ash enriching the soil) – and everything ...