Hotel Terraza

Address: 85 Ave Sur y Calle Padres Aguilar, San Salvador, El Salvador | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 85 Ave Sur y Calle Padres Aguilar, San Salvador, is near Underground Ammunition Factory (Machon Ayalon), Dado Beach, Banias Waterfall, and Tazumal.
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    Travel Blogs from San Salvador

    Trippin' in Santa Ana

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 01, 2015

    24 photos

    ... one of the brothers that run the place and who speaks very good English.

    Bruno showed me up to the rooms upstairs. There only are two. One is used as anything from a single to a family room whilst the other serves as the dormitory with three single beds in a spacious room with its own little terrace. It also has an ensuite bathroom that is almost bigger than some of the dorms I have stayed in. It turned out I had the place to myself and opted for the dorm at ...

    Not your grandmothers kind of day!

    A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Feb 23, 2015

    8 comments, 25 photos

    ... br>
    The park admission was $4 for all of us! And we were the only ones there, it seemed like. This is a beautiful, green, jungley park. Walking past the roses was a really treat after the city exhaust smells! We decided to do a little hike and then come back for our picnic lunch. As we walked along, a young man joined us. Apparently, he lives near by and works at the park. He will show us around and if we want to make a donation to the park, they would like it.

    Guatemala & El Salvador

    A travel blog entry by gillessoenen on Dec 28, 2014

    6 photos

    ... br> Next up: Antigua. A very well conserved colonial city that used to be the capital of Guatemala for a couple of centuries. Actually it looked very much like San Cristobal and Valladollid in Mexico, so it was not very exciting anymore for us. The atmosphere was good over there though and we had a really good hostel with a proper kitchen where we cooked ourselves some proper pasta our last night in Guatemala. The volcanoes around the city ...

    Suchitoto and the journey there

    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 29, 2014

    2 photos

    ... My guide arrived at the tourist office and we drove to the horses. Julia (pronounced the Spanish way) was to be my trusty caballo. My guide told me that Julia was calm, which sounded good to me. We stopped at a few places to look at some more pics from the war, at the office of the collective (they are a peaceful communist style outfit: see here, though it is only in Spanish We rode on for 4 hrs with a stop or three. We had some water, I got shown the ...

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

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jul 28, 2014

    2 photos

    ... by the smell and texture I am guessing it was some kind of animal fat which had come out of a leaking container of some sort. It was gross. I emptied a packet of tissues into the luggage rack and kept a side eye on the space above my head for the next few hours. Apart from the smell it seemed to be okay. The whole leakage affair had kind of functioned as an ice-breaker with the guy sitting next to me though. He was Francisco, born in Nicaragua and living ...