Hotel Los Pinos
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Los Pinos Managua
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... the "hole", to relearning what the heck the 2nd conditional is and jumping into teaching the 9th graders how we use it in English, we all had an eventful last day.
We each had no problem thinking of a part of the day to share when we did our nightly post-dinner reflection. I couldn't be more proud of this group and the skills we each brought to the past 9 days in Nicaragua together. I ...
... us because it would have been to hard for him to get back up the hill with a full bus. Yep, that's the chicken bus! We finally arrived in Balgue for lunch and grabbed a table at Cafe Campestre - a highly recommended spot. Best meal in Nicaragua. Not even exaggerating! We both had chorizo 'wraps', which were served somewhat deconstructed with pico de gallo, refried beans, sour cream and the best flour tortillas we've ever had. EVER!. They're handmade and cooked in a ...
... the nap we walked to a another restaurant. We had some more beers and some nachos then we went to a bar next door and had vegetarian quesadillas and more beer. We had a great conversation and just an overall good time. Then we walked around and tried to find ice cream (helados) for momma G but we could not find any. Overall this was a wonderful first day in Managua, we felt very relaxed. We are ready for our next adventure to Leon ...
... kiosk flanked by a couple of wooden tables hiding under colorful umbrellas. Since we figured that we had run out of options we sat down and placed our order. They had only local food which we actually welcomed because we´re always excited about tasting of new flavors. While I asked for “gallo pinto con cerdo” (rice mixed with beans, cabbage salad, tortilla, potatoes and pork meat), Gonzalo wanted to try “yuca con cerdo” which was practically the same ...
... almost completely empty... We continued wandering a little hoping to find a restaurant, and suddenly we rounded a corner and Bambi exclaimed "WOWWWW!!!" there they were... Everyone in Granada congregates on one street at night... there were restaurants as far as the eye could see and people everywhere. We chose a place and were given menus in English to which I rolled my eyes and asked for a Spanish one, with a little too much sarcasm and sass... Poor guy. ...