Hotel San Cristobal

Address: Leon, Nicaragua | 2 star hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Leon

      Gale Force Volcano Boarding

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 08, 2015

      ... There is a speed board in the hostel. Average "fastest speeds of the day" seem to be in the 50kph region. We didn't go with the hostel though, so our speeds aren't recorded. We do get the option of two goes though, and a lunch thrown in. It's also cheaper and run by volunteers so all money goes to local kids.

      The volcano is about 45minutes, most of which is on bumpy dirt roads. So much for sleeping, but even on paved roads, the trucks with benches down ...

      Volcano Boarding and an El Salvadoran Tonic

      A travel blog entry by katy137 on Jan 21, 2015

      ... been controlling the human race for 2000 years. Oh and did I mention that the Queen and the Pope are just two of thousands of Reptilians on the earth? So, our conversations were fascinating to say the least. I really enjoyed my talks with her and she opened up my eyes to other possibilities such as; a spirit world and good & bad entities, what can I say, she was very convincing! And if people can believe in religious fairy stories then ...

      Quiet day

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... to get up on the roof and get the views over Leon. It is an amazing set up. The roof is so white it looks like a Greek postcard and you can walk around and see all the surrounding volcanoes and mountains that look down upon Leon. We had to remove our shoes to keep the roof in pristine condition and I suppose for respect?... The inside of the cathedral is beautiful as well with plenty of great paintings and statues of Christ. We head on back to base camp and head to the ...

      León is a colonial gem

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Jan 03, 2015

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      ... square and we checked out the basilica. It's the largest cathedral in Central America and is like something out of a postcard. It has faded paintwork and crumbling stonework and if it was ever restored it would totally ruin this majestic edifice. Inside it was, you know, a church. But we were in there at midday when the siren sounded again and we were promptly kicked out. Time for a cool drink and then on to check out the local market. All around are clothes shops ...

      The Volcanos and Lava of Leon

      A travel blog entry by ldillard on Dec 28, 2014

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      ... road and then we turned off onto one of the most interesting dirt roads we have ever been on. This road was an old riverbed and we had to use four-wheel-drive because there were some very steep and very rocky places that we had to go on but at least it was dry. It was very dusty and sandy and our driver was great. We climbed up very steep parts of the road and arrived at the base of the volcano right before sunset.

      We then walked about ...