Villas de Palermo Hotel & Resort
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Travel Blogs from San Juan del Sur
... a very satisfying one. We strolled around the Chareo Verde (Green Lagoon) and took a dip in the lake looking at the other volcano Maderas. Again it was an absolute scorcher with high humidity so the lake helped to keep us from overheating. We spent the afternoon relaxing in the awesome hammocks at our hostel. Football is going well as Arsenal look like they should get 4th with the chance to win the FA Cup. I couldn’t believe Real Madrid ...
... of the church falling down. The walls are now standing again but clearly there has been a lack of funds to finish the work or at least maintain what has bee fixed in the past.
When we went inside, the ceiling was very tall, and apart from the plaster figures of saints around the church, decoration was sparse. We could see that some of the woodwork in the vaulted ceiling had been replaced but the majority of it had not exposing what seemed ...
... each evening fills up with people sitting at the outside tables and chairs of about 20 different pubs/bars/cafes along the road. We had a few drinks there on the Saturday night and Lisa and I had a few 2 for 1 cocktails during happy hour on Sunday. The town was nice but i always find i get post beach depression when i go from the coast to an inland town, no matter how nice it is i kinda just wish i was back at the beach. So after the 2 nights thats exactly what we did. We found a ...
... more seemed mean) and I also promised that I would pick her up and carry her on my shoulders if she got too tired. We went off down the road, watching for birds and monkeys and butterflies, and up a narrow trail that Freya recommended and generally just had a nice quiet time.
We were moseying back when suddenly Roberto, the kid who'd brought Freya over, came hauling down the road on his bike with his dog, Ranger, galloping in front of him. I guess I'd gone ...
... and they were splendid. Erica had wanted to join them at the beginning but, because of the awful weather, did not feel well enough to do so. She may join them after our departure from San Francisco. We then hurried off for the remaining twenty minutes of the 'chocoholics' afternoon tea. I felt virtuous eating gluten free chocolate cakes. Erica didn't. I said goodbye to my bridge partner, Paul, who is leaving the ship in San Francisco, along with several ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service