Real InterContinental Tegucigalpa At Multiplaza Mall
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Car rentals
- Shuttle bus service
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... by a young boy in about 1747. One can envision the faithful, but poor farmers that gave their time, talent, and treasure to build the church. It is not very ornamental, but it is awe-inspiring in its own right. If I understood correctly, the small statue of the Virgin Mary on display in the decorative wooden case above the altar is not the original statue. Apparently, that statue is safely stored in the nearby Suyapa Cathedral, only ...
... had several stops at service stations before we hit the Honduran : Nicaragua border at 9.30pm. We spent ages here. And this time, we didn't have to walk over! We just stayed in the van, in a very long traffic jam of trucks (which we eventually over took!). By the time we left the border it was gone 11pm. Annoying that it takes so long for something that should be so simple! 2014 country number 8 - Nicaragua A few more hours drive, and by 1.30am we had arrived in Leon. And straight to ...
... through the cloud rain forest covered park are surprisingly well maintained and we were rewarded with a decent viewpoint and a pleasant waterfall in the middle of the jungle. The drive to and from the park also showed us the disparity between the life in the streets of the valley versus the life of the rich living up in the hills. Let's just say the wealth in the capital is distributed in a very unequal fashion.
Carlos, our driver was ...
... Admin told us that we’d have to visit immigration in Tegucigalpa and pay a $350 fine. Thankfully, our friend (Johnnie the bus driver) spoke with admin and let us on the bus, whispering, ‘If you give me money, I’ll get you across the border’. $100 USD later and we safely arrived in the beautiful colonial town of Leon. Yet another dodgy border crossing but we’re just happy to be in Nicaragua, ‘the safest country in Central ...
... for dinner and wander home afterwards, in Tegucigalpa we were quite content to have dinner in the most populated central area and head home before dark!! But how do you stop such a culture in a city? I've appreciated ... The culture and lifestyle in Central America. It is such an easy and interesting area to travel in. People are friendly and extremely helpful. The food is interesting and the landscape varied. I have really enjoyed the way most ...