Hotel Casa Vivaldi

Address: El Caimito, de la Alcaldia, 4 1/2 c. al lago, Granada, 505, Nicaragua | Hotel
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This hotel, located on El Caimito, de la Alcaldia, 4 1/2 c. al lago, Granada, is near Sailing School Velago Granada.
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    Travel Blogs from Granada

    A month getting under the skin of Nicaragua

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on May 01, 2015

    99 photos

    ... by the moist earth and newly lush vegetation. For a few nights the nightly cacophony was literally drowned out by a cozy white noise.

    The rains continued on Friday when we returned once more to Granada, but this time with our school mates. Having enjoyed an awesome meal at the Garden Café we got completely soaked running back to the mini-bus. Saturday was a day of rest (and hand-washing), but on Sunday we joined our classmates once more to visit nearby Laguna de Masaya ...

    Granada: Familia y Espanol

    A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Apr 17, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... of live sport. We got so into it we found ourselves naming members of the team with names of people back home. We then moved on to watch a bit of the youngsters hit some balls even managing to witness a home run. The parents go mad no matter where in the world they watch their youngsters play. It is always the ref or umpire or coaches fault. It was wonderful to see that no matter where you go sporting activities remain the same globally. Our hearts felt really ...

    Colourful Granada

    A travel blog entry by jenipedia on Mar 23, 2015

    29 photos

    A chilled colonial town. For the first time on my trip, the poverty of the locals is more visible. Everywhere I have been locals appear to live a simple life, but here there are a lot of street kids at night selling wares and performing dances for tourists. There are a few organisations here that help but not sure how effective they are. I took a day trip to Apoyo Laguna Natural Reserve (Lake in ...

    The island of twin volcanos - Ometepe

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jan 18, 2015

    23 photos

    We got another Chicken bus for the ride down to Rivas, it was about 1.5h hours and costs about 0.60 cents each. We then needed to organise a collectivo to the small port town of San Jose. As coming into Rivas a few taxi drivers jumped on the bus and said they can organise collectivo transport out. Before we knew it he had our bags above his head and on his shoulder loaded into the taxi, I asked about 6 times and Jac at least 3 times the price, he assured us it was cheap a ...

    Granada, Nicaragua

    A travel blog entry by lexiejo70 on Jan 03, 2015

    25 photos

    ... However, we had to park the car about 8 blocks away from the house so each morning and each evening Lex would have to pick up and drop off the car. It made for some interesting "city" driving especially at night!
    3. We affectionately called our neighbors the Archie Bunker family b/c they seemed to communicate only by yelling at one another. Nothing violent- just lots of griping. But, they were really nice to us and we found the whole thing quite amusing!


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    Ahhh, a dip in the pool on a hot afternoon
    Granada, Nicaragua