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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vistamar Managua
Travel Blogs from Managua
... the two weeks I was here 18 years ago, and it was so surreal being back there! I remember how hard it was to understand her when she used to address our big group, and how now we can just talk and talk. I also saw her two not so little anymore granddaughters- who I remember spending time with. We made plans for Friday to go to Grenada, a city rich in culture and history in western Nicaragua. So I'm super excited because it sounds like it will be beautiful! ...
Another lazy tour today as we headed out of Granada city to check out the area. First stop, a lake cruise around the islets. Pretty laid back as we settled into a tiny boat, balance was a little precarious but it was cool to see the scenery, the homes of people who lived there, the Fort and even monkey islands where we were able to see them up close. ...
Hola once again! This time from the refreshingly well-maintained colonial city of Granada, Nicaragua. Last night we arrived late after the 16hr bus ride. This ended up as close to 22 hours of travelling: 4am we left our hostel in Antigua, and we arrived in our Granada accommodation by around 2am the next day - no time zones involved. So today we recovered, walked around town and admired the ...
... We cooked an amazing meal of chorizo sausages, garlic and chilli fried potatoes and a ton of caramelised onions - it was delicious! Then we went and met some of our friends from San Juan who were doing a pub quiz in town and grabbed some post dinner ice cream! Soon enough we were all exhausted (still dead from San Juan!) so we headed to ...
... is so lovely here. Arriving in the big busy smoggy and chaotic city we try to find the supposed bus station for getting a bus to Nicaragua. We take a taxi and the bus station doesnt run the bus direct at the time we had found listed on their website on the internet. Hmmm luckily for us a man assisted us and gave us an alternative by taking a local bus to a town south where we could then catch the King Quality bus to Nicaragua. We trusted this was correct information and ...