Posada San Jose

Address: Calle El Cisne , Granada, Nicaragua | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle El Cisne , Granada, is near Sailing School Velago Granada.
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        Travel Blogs from Granada

        Granada, Nicaragua

        A travel blog entry by twintravelca on Aug 04, 2015

        ... bats, vampire bats, and pretty much every kind of bat you can think of were flying at us, narrowly missing the rims of our helmets! Turning off our torches in the caves it was pitch black and you could see absolutely nothing, just hear the fluttering of the bats and the occasional squeak. Our guide told us the cave was the hiding place of 70 or so boys during the Nicaraguan civil war for two years to escape enlisting during the 1980s. Just trying to imagine how on ...

        The Adventurous Day 2

        A travel blog entry by mgrewal on Jun 06, 2015

        49 photos

        ... because there's no easy way out. So either that area has only been inhabited by the plants and animals or some individuals have not been lucky. Either way that was an interesting fact. We then walked to the second view point through the very scenic forest. When we got to the viewpoint, we also saw there was a tunnel we could walk through to see another view, so we opted to do that first. The tunnel was super scenic and I had not seen anything like it before! ...

        Frogs, cakes and lakes a special birthday makes

        A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on May 10, 2015

        20 photos

        ... standing guard while the other few monkeys searched for food. He did not seem too bothered by us as we snapped photos and continued on our way. A few kilometres down the road we decided to turn around and head back as the light of the day began to fade. After turning around, we spotted more monkeys, this time a much larger family with at least 3 mother-baby pairs. There were many things we would tire of during our time in Nicaragua (like wolf-whistles and garbage ...

        Gigantona

        A travel blog entry by babes2014 on Feb 01, 2015

        11 photos

        ... back in time to the 1700's. Touring and taking hundreds of photos made us hungry and we found a fantastic restaurant called Pita Pita, where we had succulent thin crust pizza, falafel, and a greek yogurt dip. Wait... Pizza, falafel and pita in Nicaragua? Exactly! David, a baker from Israel had moved to Granada with his wife and children for the adventure of a lifetime and opened the place just 7 months ago ...

        Nicaragua - Granada

        A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 25, 2014

        37 photos

        ... originally constructed in 1539, plundered by pirates in 1655 and rebuilt during the reign of King of Spain Phillip II in a baroque style dating back from 1781. Most foreign visitors coming to the church are interested in climbing up the La Merced Bell Tower, and we were no exception :) The admission fee was very reasonable - NIO 25 per person. The tower´s upper platform is flanked by three giant bells, but outside visitors aren´t allowed to ring them. It seemed like they had ...