Clarion Suites Las Palmas

Boulevard El Hipodromo , San Salvador, El Salvador | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Boulevard El Hipodromo , San Salvador, is near Correos de Costa Rica, El Pueblo, Street market, and Ayuntamiento.
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    Travel Blogs from San Salvador

    First day on the build site!

    A travel blog entry by sandy29 on Jun 30, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... There will be 3 generations in the house. Marbella and her two children, Jackie who is 21 and Tony who is 2! The grandmother and possibly another child will live there as well. The house is perched on the side of the mountain with an incredible view of the San Vincente volcano. We worked hard this afternoon emptying the trenches for the foundation of dirt, clay and rubble with very basic tools such as shovels, pails, pick axes and metal poles. It was ...

    El Salvador

    A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Mar 20, 2014

    19 photos

    ... well kept, but that was a stark contrast to the surrounding buildings. In what typifies a lot of Central American towns we have come across, the building were quite run down and dilapidated.

    We decided to leave the downtown and head in the opposite direction toward one of the main monuments they put in the center of a roundabout. We must have been ...

    Time to leave Guatemala

    A travel blog entry by weebles on Jan 04, 2014

    3 photos

    ... of the worst roads I've ever seen in an old American school bus with hub caps a flying and young guys carrying rocks to place in front of the wheels, the rain starts pouring and we end up in what we think is the village of San Antonio after dark. We ask a few people about the farm and understand half an hours walk down a dirt track (continuation of the road) from one señora. We watch jealously as she gets a ride in the back of a motorbike and we are alone with ...

    Day 8 - Heading Home

    A travel blog entry by paular on Nov 14, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... on to the airport and a series of "adventures". The first was being pulled over by the police for a spot check (I am sure there is an official term for it). A policeman boarded the bus and checked each of our passports and then let us continue on our way. A little after that Abby spied her family a bit before we got to the airport and we pulled over to let Abby and her luggage off and for us to say our goodbyes to Abby and to wish ...

    The Colonial Gringo Experiment

    A travel blog entry by miller.mba2011 on Aug 22, 2013

    16 photos

    ... numerous skirmishes and civil war - you can still see bullet holes in the walls of some of the streets). It was also very, very hot.

    The next day we hiked up a local active volcano called Telica which is one of the most memorable experiences I have ever had. Walking up to the crater you can see the steam and noxious gases rising from a very active mountain. Then when you get to the crater you can peer over the edge and just 100m below you ...