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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... family, would walk through our front yard or by our window.
Everyone was very friendly and shocked that we already spoke some Spanish as many people who stay with the family are new to the language. Diego and Enmanuel were both adorable, mischievous little rascals that would greet us in the traditional Nicaraguan way for children of running up to us with their hands clasped together for us to shake. That first night they explained that they had a table set up for dinner, which ...
... Ultimate Frisbee while the others headed home in sweet thoughts of juice. Once in possession of the juice we sat in the hammocks overlooking a tall mountain (our torturous journey ahead of us.) On the beginning of our hike both groups reconnected as we headed for hell. We came to a large set of stairs. Once at the top, we thought the worst was behind us, little did we know there was an infinitely steep scramble in our future. The higher we ...
The trip from Granada to Leon couldn't have been any smoother. The ‘espresso’ bus, still local transport but slightly better than a chicken bus from Granada to Managua left just one block from the central square. As we arrived to Managua I was impressed by the good roads, and relatively clean and organised city, especially considering the bad reports I heard of the capital and that this is the 2nd poorest country (after Haiti) ...
... of town, in front of the park, the huge and very orange Cathedral is impressive. Behind it, a pedestrian street that is lined with cafes and bars runs all the way down to the shores of the massive lake. We are told that the best views are up in the bell tower of the church La Merced. The view of the town, its beautiful cathedral, the surrounding lake and ...
... her favorite Italian restaurant and spent the day visiting. We did not get to meet her two little boys but hope to the last night of our trip. Anita's dad is Dave's moms first cousin who spent summers in Payette while growing up. Anita has used her public health work to help in Tanzania and Camaroon. Central America has her heart and In her spare time she teaches yoga in Managua. The world is indeed ...