Hotel Los Pinos
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Los Pinos Managua
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... 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 ...
... Steve Cocker' sign being held by the taxi driver, who we'd sorted via a Warmshower contact. The drive to Granada reminded us of our first taxi ride in Cambodia after flying in from Singapore. The contrast between Nicaragua and California was stark and difficult to process. Cows and horses were grazing by the side of the road near to the many stalls dotted along the route, with a few cyclists struggling along on their rickety bikes. Looking out of the ...
... house for all the 1%-ers in the world that have the big dinero. We also stopped at "Monkey Island"- One of the 1%-ers was a veterinarian and rescued a bunch of monkeys from the last volcano eruption and now has them living happily on their own island. Lucy came over and climbed on our boat with her little baby. We toured around a little more, caught a great sunset and back in to town for evening festivites. This weekend is Nicaragua Independence Day and then another ...
Finalmente, estoy en Nicaragua!
Nothing could have prepared me for the past two days. The time I've spent here has been one long blur of Spanish, humidity and exotic animal sounds. Last night, I dreamed I was exploring a jungle because I heard parrots, roosters, dogs, and what sounded like a pig all night long. Despite the heat and newness of it all, however, I am really enjoying myself. Change is exhilarating.
With cultural shock comes comic error. ...
We swapped our books at the Garden Cafe's massive exchange library and headed on to Mombacho Beach Club at Hotel Spa Granada for the afternoon. For the princely sum of 5 USD they allow you to use their pool and bar. Given the heat in Granada, we were sold. The pool was 60 feet long but only 50 feet was usable because 4 resident ducks ...