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hotels in central america

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travelling north to usa......anyone have any recommendations for decent hotels from granada....north........or any other info

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travelling north to usa......anyone have any recommendations for decent hotels from granada....north........or any other info

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Casa Blanca, in San Juan Del Sur Nicaragua.
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Whaddya mean "decent" - cheap and cheerful, cheap or expensive but nice?
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good point.......ill go with "cheap and cheerful"
cheap and cheerful beds too?,,,,,,,,or can they be decent?
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travelling north to usa......anyone have any recommendations for decent hotels from granada....north........or any other info

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Are you just now starting to travel?
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yes....ill be leaving san jose after the weekend....waitng for a few things...tires as well
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Guatemala: Rio Dulce - Backpackers. Run by Casa Guatemala, the children's home and at which I volunteered in 2005. The craic is good on Wednesdays & Saturdays when the volunteers come for some R&R. Nice location on the river.

Guatemala: Guate. City - Hostal Meza. You may get to sleep in Che Guevara's bed. Good bar next door when you know you shouldn't walk too far after dark.
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El Salvador Hotel-La Libertad

OK....here's a great one for food and views and surf if you want to relax a lilttle while on your trip. It's called Casa del Mar Hotel and villas in La Libertad, El Salvador. It's a lil pricey buts it's great to relax with lots of security. ie locked gates.

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yes...thats the info im looking for
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