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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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from San Salvador

    Week 3

    A travel blog entry by debbieluxon on Aug 01, 2014

    ... more than ever on the language. Those I don't mention are not due to lack of achievement but more because my hand hurts (that's right, I have a blister from a machete). On the whole work week 3 (week 4 of being in country) has been pretty loved up! Were in the fantastic honeymoon phase of our group friendship- long may it reign. The first few weeks I liked the country and coped with the heat, flies, latrines and my sudden incoherence. Now I ...

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

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jul 28, 2014

    2 photos

    ... it turned out that they hadn't a clue, either. I would just have to wait until the bus showed up and try and get that information straight from the bus driver. The hours of waiting dragged on a bit and I spent most of that time observing two female bus company employees as they shamelessly flirted with the gringo who had just earlier ruthlessly tried to negotiate a better deal on his bus ticket. He got two dollars off the price of 42 dollars. And now one of the ...

    On the Beach

    A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 04, 2013

    7 comments, 17 photos

    ... baskets. That work is better than what people face along the coastal plain. There the sugar cane was being harvested, and one could see the plumes of smoke rising from the huge estates, as they burn the cane before cutting it. Yes, each burned sugar cane stick has been cut by someone with a machete and loaded onto a truck. In the sticky heat amongst still smoking ashes where snakes and spiders abound. This is a tough way to earn a living.


    El Salvador

    A travel blog entry by dstras on Jun 09, 2013

    3 photos

    ... Pupusas are like the national food of El Salvador and are yummy stuffed tortillas, so it was a pretty great day. Sunday was a fantastic day. We started off with breakfast at Ban Ban, a delicious bakery. We then drove 45 minutes to the mountain and went zip lining which was a ton of fun. After that, we stopped by a market in a mountain village which was nice but we were all pretty hungry so drove on to the crater ...

    Hello beach, i've missed you!

    A travel blog entry by j-awesome on Jan 29, 2013

    9 photos

    ... my second week! spanish overload.

    there is also a little outdoor yoga studio in san pedro, kalina and i went a couple times and it was so cool to be outside, beside a beautiful lake, in the sunshine, before the day started... and helped with the stress of school as well!

    we also got our oracle cards read by a lady from vancouver in san pedro, was really interesting... one of the cards i flipped was the 'self–employment' card, so hopefully that means that ...