Marriott Tegucigalpa

Address: Boulevard Juan Pablo II, Tegucigalpa, Honduras | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Boulevard Juan Pablo II, Tegucigalpa, is near Parque Central, Casa Presidencial, Palacio Legislativo, and Archaeological Museum (Museo Arqueológico).
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      Made it to Tegucigalpa

      A travel blog entry by tlvice on Sep 04, 2014

      In Atlanta, I had a couple of hours between flights. I stopped at TGI Friday's to have a glass of V8 and some toast.

      The flight to Tegucigalpa boarded the flight on time and actually pushed back from the gate a couple of minutes early. A short twelve minutes later and we were in the air.

      The Boeing 737 would be in the air for …

      Christmas Day in Tegucigalpa

      A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 25, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... we quickly returned back to the safety of our hotel and realized that we were the only residents of the establishment for the night!

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      "Look At The Gringos!"

      A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Mar 18, 2013

      8 photos

      ... or otherwise make use of. As nowhere was open we had to settle for a burger place similar to a McDonalds. Even this was padlocked shut and you needed to knock to be let in. To be honest it was just relieving to be off the streets. Whilst nothing actually happened to us or anyone we saw whilst there, I can honestly say that walking those streets after dark was one of the most unnerving experiences of my life.

      Corn Products on the way to Swiss Honduras

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Feb 10, 2012

      79 photos

      ... cinnamon - and maybe something else. They weren't bad but they were a little heavy.

      Oops, we crossed the border into Honduras sometime before breakfast. Lou told us about the customs people trying to extort extra money and about how corrupt the officials, including the police, were in Honduras. The current President had pledged to improve things and Lou says that he has managed some improvements, especially ...

      Day 7: Meeting the Founder of SAN

      A travel blog entry by adargos91 on May 18, 2011

      Day 7: Wednesday, May 18, 2011

      *Our last day in Honduras*

      This morning we left our home away from home. We left Nuevo Paraiso for Tegucigalpa. We ended up staying at Sister Maria Rosa’s house. Hopefully, she will be able to tell us her story! After all of us unloaded the bus, we checked out our new rooms. The girls’ room had several bunks with a giant California King bed ...