Posada San Jose

Calle El Cisne , Granada, Nicaragua | Hotel
 

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A travel blog entry by flyindandelion

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... one of his bracelets so that Romero could give me a present. He tied it on my wrist for me and kissed my hand goodbye. Me reminding him that he was only 13 years old didn't seem to stop him from reassuring me that he would love me forever and come and find me in Costa Rica....


I had an AMAZING salad first, it was a plate full of cucumbers and avacados, peppers, and tomatoes covered in some sort of garlic and oil dressing. Then Bambi and ...

Volcán Masaya

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria

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Our next vantage point was a hill adjacent to the main crater to watch the sun set behind the volcano. It also had views to Masaya lake, Managua lake and Volcán Mombacho. With the sun set, it was time to be led down to the cave system leading into the crater. We weren't going the whole way in, just half way and to experience the feeling of hundreds of bats flying past our heads in the dark. A very surreal ...

Great Times in Granada

A travel blog entry by ecschultz

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... each (less than a nickel) it made a great, cheap snack. The market was also a labyrinth of vegetables, fish, meats,
household items, etc. It just kept going on and on and we kept getting deeper and deeper into it. Awesome – except for the stinky fish part. We found some good deals. And in true Schultz-Reetz fashion, we found the Nicaraguan version of Goodwill the first day. If you ever wondered where all the clothes in the U.S. go ...

Different Fears

A travel blog entry by ktowell

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... claims that Walker was “as devoted to Ellen as he had been to his mother” and after her death, “he didn’t care whether he lived or died.” As a mother, and a wife, I take pride in my influence over my husband and children but for god’s sake, really? Can we get over the whole Garden of Eden blame game? The man is responsible for the deaths of thousands of people AND the destruction of the oldest city in Central America and ...

Granada

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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... Nicaragua is Nicaragua's fifth most populous city. Granada is historically one of Nicaragua's most important cities, economically and politically. It has a rich colonial heritage, seen in its architecture and structure.Granada was founded in 1524 by Francisco Hernández de Córdoba, ostensibly the first European city ...

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This hotel, located on Calle El Cisne , Granada, is near Sailing School Velago Granada.
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