San Pedro Sula

What is San Pedro Sula known for?


local fast

of the local fast food places such as Pollo Campero, Bicos, Power Chicken (great name) or 2 x 1 Pizza. Drink San Pedro Sula is home to a lot of bars. A fun night can be had in Zona Viva going from bar to bar. A local favorite and fun place to hang out is La Cava in Barrio Los Andes 2 and 3 Calle, 16 Ave NO. Great Karaoke nights and occasional live music on the weekends packs the people in. Jerry the owner mixes a range or cocktails. Watch out for the Barcardi 121 or ask if he has some Guaro


international friendly

DHL de Guatemala operates freight services to the following international scheduled destinations (at January 2005): Mexico City, Panama City, San José (San José, Costa Rica), San Pedro Sula, San Salvador and Tegucigalpa. Honduras *San Pedro Sula (Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport) stadium Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano location San Pedro Sula, Honduras attendance 20,000 thumb right 280px Río Cangrejal (Image:Rio cangrejo.JPG) in La Ceiba '''Rivers in Honduras''' is a list of the rivers in Honduras, including those it shares with neighbours. The most important river in Honduras is the Ulúa (Ulúa River), which flows 400 kilometers to the Caribbean through the economically important Valle de Sula (San Pedro Sula). Numerous other rivers drain the interior highlands and empty north into the Caribbean Sea. These other rivers are important, not as transportation routes, but because of the broad fertile valleys they have produced. They can also create problems for human inhabitants along their banks, and those who rely on the bridges spanning them, during times of intense rains. An example of those was the Choluteca River, which wreaked havoc in the capital of Tegucigalpa during


special international

and financial development." The then-manager of Hotel Copantl attributed its growth in business-related tourism ... to the maquila (apparel manufacturing) industry.


numerous significant

for its wealth of Spanish Colonial architecture. The central square has a cathedral with the oldest clock in the Americas. * 2004—Zhongbai Commercial Plaza fire, Jilin, northeastern China, killed 53 on February 16 * 2004—San Pedro Sula prison fire, Honduras, killed 103 on May 17 * 2004—Momart warehouse fire (Momart#The 2004 warehouse fire), numerous significant contemporary work of arts destroyed by fire, 24 May 2004, Leyton, East London


sporting complex

sporting teams and events. In 1997 it became the first, and only to date, non-capital city to host the Central American Games. The games, though full of scandal, left the city with a modern sporting infrastructure. The Villa Olímpica is a multi-sporting complex that has facilities for most Olympic style games including soccer, boxing, swimming, baseball, cycling and multipurpose gymnasiums. San Pedro Sula is the only city in the country to be home to two


good+sound

the quality of their facilities. So if you enjoy the movies and like nice chairs and good sound try one of the more up market places. Movies are usually shown at 3, 5, 7 and 9 PM. Tuesday is a popular day, with 2 tickets for the price of one, but be prepared to go early to get a seat, as sometimes tickets do sell out. All local papers have a daily cinema schedule. Buy There is an artisan market very close to the park that contains a vast array of touristy Honduran products. For more quality


current political

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504

pieces, try Casa del Sol across the street. * Eat A few restaurants have sprung up recently: for meat try La Estancia and El Portal de La Carne. You can eat Mexican food in Cebollines and Fogoncito and for authentic Italian food try Tre

. No need to worry, since you will still get a bit of house, rock and techno music. Cover charges vary from $2.50 to $6, depending on the night. Millenium Disco is located in the Social Club Arabe at the end of Barrio Rio Pierdas the disco is the classiest place in town. Friday and Saturday nights are busy and cover charges vary from $3.50 to $6. The Sampedrano Cultural Center holds regularly events such as concerts, performances and art shows. Call (504) 553-3911 or 553-3768 for event schedules

. It has an amazing view from their glass windowed hotel. *


international appearances

name "rsssf" After a further ten appearances in friendly games, the only victory coming against his birth nation Trinidad and Tobago (Trinidad and Tobago national football team), he played seven of Canada's eight games at the 1985 CONCACAF Championship; they finished above Honduras and Costa Rica national


friendly games

name "rsssf" After a further ten appearances in friendly games, the only victory coming against his birth nation Trinidad and Tobago (Trinidad and Tobago national football team), he played seven of Canada's eight games at the 1985 CONCACAF Championship; they finished above Honduras and Costa Rica national

San Pedro Sula

'''San Pedro Sula''' ( south of Puerto Cortés on the Caribbean Sea. With an estimated population of one million in the main municipality, and 1,445,598 in its metro area (2010), it is the second largest city, after the capital Tegucigalpa. It is the capital of the Cortés Department.

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