Crowne Plaza Hotel San Salvador
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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OK, so I managed to wake up before the witching hour. I actually slept quite well for me. Thanks maybe to the eight, yes, eight pillows that were on offer.
Not forgetting the two bolsters. What is with these bolsters? I've been to many countries that provide these weird forms of torture. I have never been able to fit them to any place on …
t was really up with the sparrow's **** this morning. 6am, what sort of time is that for a girl on holiday? It was yet another airplane to get on, they're all starting to look the same now.
It suddenly dawned on me that, with my elevated airline status, come a few perks. One of which is that I can use the Business Class lounge, even if I' …
... picked up a melon and banana smoothie from a little place next to the hostel. At least I now had something in my stomach.
The shuttle bus turned up just after nine and as usual, I was the last pick up. It turned out that all but three of us were heading to the main city airport, so they got dropped off first while I was next. The last couple were getting dropped off nearby at one of the domestic bus terminals as they were heading for the coast. The journey had ...
... and very sweet, as usual. Reluctantly, I took an Imodium and went back to bed for he rest of the morning! I really hate wasting my time in bed, but it was necessary!
By early afternoon, I was feeling up to doing some packing and organizing. So when Sara checked on me, I said I was up for going to the Romero house and chapel. I also needed to go to an ATM so I could pay my bill! I guess most people would think that 8 days with a private guide and driver, including ...
... back. Unstamped. I wonder if this is going to come back to bite us. As soon as we entered El Salvador I noticed that they have excellent roads. Our driver told us that the last two presidents have put a big emphasis on road building and that the road we were on was only 2 years old. I also noticed that there were almost no people on the roadside compared to Guatemala. The road we were on was a high mountain pass affording spectacular views. It was a really enjoyable ride and ...