Royal Chateau Hotel

100 meters este del Mercado Central, San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 100 meters este del Mercado Central, San Juan del Sur, is near Centro de Arte, Museum of Legends and Traditions (Museo de Tradiciones y Leyendas), and Spanish Ya Spanish Language School.
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    Travel Blogs from San Juan del Sur

    San Jorge, Isla de Ometepe und San Juan del Sur

    A travel blog entry by bernd_koss on Mar 15, 2014

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    San Jorge ist die Schwesterstadt von Rivas, auf der anderen Seite der Panamerican direkt am Lago Nicaragua gelegen. Vom Strand von San Jorge hat man neben der Fähranlegestelle einen Blick auf die Insel Ometepe.

    Ometepe ist eine Insel des Nicaraguasees und mit etwa 270 km² weltweit die größte vulkanische Insel in einem Süßwassersee. Sie …

    Granada und San Juan del Sur

    A travel blog entry by bernd_koss on Mar 14, 2014

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    Granada ist die drittgrößte Stadt des mittelamerikanischen Staates Nicaragua, sie liegt 47 km südlich der Landeshauptstadt Managua an der Westküste des Nicaraguasees, sie ist auch Sitz des gleichnamigen Departamentos. Die im kolonialistischen Stil erbaute Stadt wird auch La gran Sultana (die große Rosine, umgangssprachlich die fette Rosine) genannt …

    Rocking chair adventures & passionfruit rum pu

    A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Dec 22, 2013

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    ... Food: There were a number of good (and cheap of course) food options in SJDS. We got all of our tips from Pikey, Tony and Alma who had been set up here for almost 3 weeks, so we were in safe hands. The one vital tip we got on day 1 (well day 1 of knowing them, day 2 of SJDS) was: Smiling = leave, quickly. If a Nica lady/cook is in a good mood, the food will not be enjoyable. Look for miserable and angry women and you will have a delightful meal. Don't try to make them ...

    Exhaustion, dehydration, rum & empty carbs

    A travel blog entry by farrellgilmour on Nov 18, 2013

    ... Salines. I grab a seat in the back row sharing it with a woman, her 4 mid sized cardboard boxes of 'I have no idea' that we put in my lap, and another ladies purse on top of that. Slowly the bus gets less full of people and the sun starts to set. It was a long, stressful 2.5 hr ride as I was unsure of exactly where I was going. I didn't have any water or snacks, so I just kept sipping away on my rum. We finally arrive in Las Salinas and it's ...

    Boat across the Lake

    A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Sep 10, 2013

    After getting up and sorting ourselves out this morning, we made our way through the bustling market to the dirt floor parking lot that is the bus station. We hopped on a bus to take us to Rivas. These chicken buses get so full it's ridiculous and the journey was sweltering. We changed to get another bus to the port, where we jumped straight onto a 'ferry' (I was not convinced that this ...