What’s Open, What’s Closed, What’s Doing.

December 24, 2009

In and Around Granada:

*Hotel Villas Norome: Christmas Dinner Dec. 24, $65 per person. 2552-8200, www.noromevillas.com.

*Hotel PlazaColon: Christmas Choir, Dec. 24, 6:30-7:30 p.m. 25521-8489, www.hotelplazacolon.com.

*Hotel La Pergola:2552-4221, www.lapergola.com.ni

*Hotel Kekoldi: 2552-4106, www.kekoldi-nicaragua.com.

*Dolphin Guest House: 2552-3138, www.vacationinnicaragua.com.

 

Public Services:

*Hospital Metropolitano Vivian Pellas: Open 24 hours, Tel. 2255-6900

*Banks: open half day Dec. 24, closed Dec. 25. Closed Dec. 30-Jan. 4.

*Unión Fenosa: 24-hour emergency hotline *125.

 

In and Around San Juan del Sur:

*Hotel Victoriano: Christmas Dinner Dec. 24. New Years Eve party, live music, $30 per person, 2568-2005, www.hotelvictoriano.com.ni

*Bahía del Sol: 2568-2828, www.bahiadelsolnica.com

*Aventura Lodge: 8903-7622, www.aventurasanjuan.com.

*El Gato Negro: 8683-9036, www.elgatonegronica.com.

*Restaurant El Timon: 2568-2243

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