Hotel Villa Florencia Centro

3a Calle Poniente 1023, San Salvador, El Salvador | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 3a Calle Poniente 1023, San Salvador, is near National Theater (Teatro Nacional), Cahal Pech Mayan Ruins & Museum, Touring Caracol, and Iguassu Falls.
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Travel Blogs from San Salvador

Day 1

A travel blog entry by chalmers2014 on Jun 30, 2014

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... about to do. We also met some of the family - Marbelle (the mom), her 21 year old daughter Jacklyn, and her 2 year old son Tony. They were shy but expressed their gratitude for us being there.

Despite not having done any work yet, they fed us lunch. Then we made a trip up the street to use the washroom at the family's existing home. The picture below shows the neighbours yard and house, and other houses in the area ...

Life on the Road

A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Mar 03, 2014

4 comments, 4 photos

... of how your stomach will handle it.

The constantly sore tailbone from sitting so much. Sunburn, heat rash, headaches. Gravol, ginger and upset stomaches. Poor plumbing (internally and externally). The constant perfume cocktail of sunscreen and bugspray. Loud hostel mates, loneliness and a longing for the creature comforts of home. Achy shoulders and sore feet from carrying heavy bags. An ongoing unhappiness with how much you ...

Finca Asturias, El Salvador

A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Feb 18, 2014


... are made every day by manually mixing and stretching cheese curd, butter and cream. In fact, almost everything is done manually. No automatic milkers exist here. Corn and maiseo (a cereal-like feed alternative to corn) are harvested every two months and silage, both a wet and dry variety, is made by hand-feeding stalks into a chipper, then using forks to create the large piles. The only machinery found on site are the ...

The Romantic Get-Away to El Salvador...

A travel blog entry by jaimie.beebe on Nov 25, 2013

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... t know, so we weren’t talking
too much. After checking into the hotel
we went to the buffet… which sucked. The
food smelled great but tasted like **** – and all they seemed to serve was
different meats from random animals.

After talking about it, we decided (from seeing armed
guards everywhere) that El Salvador was probably not the safest place ...

The Exotic Pet Shop!!

A travel blog entry by fielderbeaumont on Jul 02, 2013

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We wandered through the americanised plaza in the middle of El Salvador's capital 'San Salvador'. I suddenly spotted a pet store and dragged Zahn in to have a look. Not noticing the shop's name we swarmed inside with the crowd and gazed upon a gigantic yellow spotted python slithering its way up the cage wall, (it was about 2m long and about 100mm ...