Siesta Hotel and Casino

Final Boulevard Los Proceres, San Salvador, El Salvador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Final Boulevard Los Proceres, 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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    ... my arrival. I paid the driver 20 dollars (probably too much, but I was too relieved to care and I didn't have any smaller notes). I got out of the car the lady immediately started talking to me in rapid Spanish as she ushered me inside. She was so happy to see me. It was very late (it was, somehow it had gotten passed 11pm). The gas station where I had been dropped off by my bus was the most dangerous area in the country. 'ĦQue aventura!' She concluded. I couldn't agree ...

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by sandy29 on Jul 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... some pre made rebar from the house down the street that the family is renting to the build site. This took most of the morning. By noon, there was not too much to do. Kevin had let us know in the morning that we may head to a swimming spot after work and this is what we did. We stopped early at 2pm. We left the job site and went to a "water park". It was fun to see and ...

    Cinema, Lake and Buses

    A travel blog entry by deni367 on Apr 09, 2014

    8 photos

    It was just a short bus and taxi ride to get to our hostel in San Salvador, the capital of El Salvador. Its so good to be in a country where it takes less than two hours to get from the beaches to the capital. We took a stroll out of the hostel and found that the area we were in was very clean and safe, which is not the way that people portray San Salvador. We enjoyed an amazing local lunch for under $3 and had an awesome potato dish called Relleno de ...

    Usulutan (Part 1 of 2)

    A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Feb 25, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... from above me got my attention. As I looked up from my work I took in a dusty tan sandal, long pants on the left leg, and a stump about my length on the end of his right amputated limb. It was the next recipient in line to be adjusted, a man about 45 years old. I could tell he was blind in one eye, but the other was clear and focused. He gestured at my prosthesis and asked me what happened. Thrilled I knew enough Spanish to understand his question and reply, I ...

    Exploring San Salvador

    A travel blog entry by travels4liz on Nov 03, 2013

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... which was highly recommended by Jose, our tour guide. He advised us that this chicken is farm chicken and would be very "chewy", but we then realized he was trying to tell us it was very "tasty". It ended up being very tasty, but also a bit chewy.

    After lunch, we drove through Santa Elena, a more affluent division of San Salvador. From there, we drove through the central downtown area of San Salvador where we saw ...