Sheraton Presidente San Salvador

Av. La Revolucion, Col. Sn. Benito, San Salvador, El Salvador | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av. La Revolucion, Col. Sn. Benito, San Salvador, is near Old Town Outfitters, Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, Spanish Academy Sevilla, and Proyecto Linguistico Francisco Marroquin.
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    Travel Blogs from San Salvador

    '¡Que Aventura!' (Crossing Borders, Part 3)

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... for the past ten years, which was where he was headed now after a family visit. We talked about soccer and Formula 1 and about the geography of Central America amongst other things. In Spanish. I was quite proud of myself. Sooner than expected we reached the Honduran border with El Salvador. We stayed on the bus this time while our passports were stamped. Then we crossed a bridge and were handed back our passports once more, after which we finally had to ...

    July 6th. R&R day

    A travel blog entry by sandy29 on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... which is a little town known for its food festival on Sundays. The place was a sensory overload of vendors with food and merchandise, musicians, buskers and loud speakers. Also a town with a lovely little town square and a church which seems to be the setup of every town we visited. We ate at one of the vendors that Kevin was familiar with, the food was delicious and the atmosphere was a little crazy! Our final stop today was a ...

    Day 53: The long winding road to Honduras

    A travel blog entry by holliem on Oct 26, 2013

    ... they entered it in the computer and gave me a ticket, no stamp though. I was a bit disappointed with that. It was another 100 metres or so to the Honduran side of the border. This was where I got really nervous. I handed my passport to the immigration officer, he checked and rechecked my passport. Looking at the computer then at my passport. I was worried until I realised he was counting the number of days I had been in the country. 62 days. I was relieved once he passed my passport ...

    Surfing in El Tunco, El Salvador

    A travel blog entry by dreams2reality on Mar 07, 2013

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    ... went to the surf shop to rent a surf board. I worked it out with the owner of the place that I’d rent the board for three days for $8/day rather than the typical $10/day they charge. So after renting the boards I headed straight to the beach and went to a place giving one hour surf lessons for $10. My instructor was Manuel Dominguez who had grown up in El Tunco and had been surfing for twelve years here. He showed me the basics steps on how to paddle out, how to stand ...

    Christmas in El Salvador

    A travel blog entry by nicklarge1989 on Dec 28, 2012

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    ... it- and knew it was going to happen. That afternoon was quite lazy and everyone was preparing for the long night that was to come. Christmas night started at 6pm at the church. We arrived a bit late and there were only a few scatted seats left. Except I didn’t get to sit next to anyone I knew. Just a very tone deaf old lady who insisted on singing louder than everyone- and holding every note for 2 seconds too long. It was a 1.5 hour service, in Spanish. I tried ...