Hotel Los Pinos
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- 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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... hostel and took in our surroundings. We had a nice evening meal in an expensive place, not helped by the 15% tax levied, and later wandered the streets, avoiding the occasional heavy rain shower. We realised we were in gringo land, on the road with all the tourist attractions. There were positives and minuses in this.
On Tuesday 30th, we headed out to explore Granada city. Granada is Nicaragua's oldest colonial city. First we needed to do ...
... day, move very slowly, and camouflage themselves extremely well in the trees. Near the end, we finally saw one sleeping in a tree; our day felt complete! A taste of Costa Rica: -weather extremes as the title indicates -varying ecosystems and geography (rainforests, active volcano, mountainous areas, coastlines, jungles) -extremely luscious vegetation -constant symphony of sounds: insects buzzing and chirping, frogs croaking, birds chirping, water rushing, plants ...
... 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 ...
Granada is probably the cleanest, most upmarket colonial town so far. As a result it's full of Ex Pats (American and Canadian) and who can blame them? Our hotel, which is stunning, is $45 per night, They're missing a trick with this price but that suits us.
Ian made two new friends - Seattle David and Vancouver Robin and went off exploring with them on mountain bikes (The Famous Three styley).
Took advantage of the ...
... else in Nicaragua, run late. Still, I was mentally charting plan B...and C and D and E. If worse came to worse, we could go to Jinotepe and catch a later bus to Masaya from there.
At 5:40, we were still on the bus- stopped at one of the passengers houses to unload what appeared to be about 25 liters of Tona (Nicaraguan beer of choice) from the roof. When 5:50 rolled around and we still were not even within site of the next town, I started to panic.