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RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas« on: August 02 2006 20:08:00 »
There might have been some miscommunication, as I had a
translator call the Royal Decameron to specifically ask about the key, whether they were plastic cards, or actual real keys. The translator was reliable, so I don't know what is going on, but certainly there is some sort of mistake. I would like to get this cleared up soon.
RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas« Reply #1 on: August 03 2006 10:08:00 »
Nick, thanks for your many responses, all worded in different fashions; I like your style.
So, I got the jist of your message and would like to get this sorted out as soon as possible, too.
I tried to get in contact with the hotel myself personally, but there is no email address.
I am in a pickle and getting very nervous about staying in this hotel. My wife has come out in a rash, also.
By the way, I recieved the booties today. They are a bit large.
RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas« Reply #2 on: October 05 2006 20:10:00 »
IT IS SO DISAPPOINTING TO KNOW HOW ABUSIVE PEOPLE CAN BE... IT WILL BE NICE TO TRUST THAT WHEN YOU USE THIS VIAS OF COMMUNICATION TO GET INFORMATION, YOU CAN ACTUALLY COMMUNICATE WITH NORMAL PEOPLE. PLEASE ENOUGH IS ENOUGH... BE SERIOUS...NO WONDER THE WORLD IS THE WAY IT IS... A DISASTER.
RE: Royal Decameron = Salinitas« Reply #3 on: October 16 2006 06:10:00 »
We are planning to travel to Salintas in November for a one week holiday and I had been looking at various websites for hotel info when I ran across your hilarious bantering with "Nick".
I thoroughly enjoyed your amusing postings/queries regarding this property.
Loads of laughs!
Thanks for giving me a good morning chuckle.
Happy trails to you and yours.
RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas« Reply #4 on: October 31 2006 14:10:00 »
Hi, I'am going to San Salvador again and we were looking for some different beaches to explore where we could stay the night with kids and feel safe....being from there I was wondering if you had any names of beaches or resorts? We've been to costa del sol (that's my favourite).
RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas« Reply #6 on: October 31 2006 22:10:00 »
Hey Joey, I did respond to your post but they deleted it.
I dont think they like me
RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas« Reply #7 on: August 22 2007 09:08:00 »
Playa Azul is located in Sonsonate about 40mins to and hour from the capital.. beach is fantastic and great for surfing
RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas« Reply #8 on: December 02 2007 22:12:00 »
hi i dont know if u will get this message but i found that u were asking for the distances...first if u stay in the royal decameron to go to the city is a trip for about 1 hour 30 minutes if u go from royal decameron and u take the coast road and want to get to one of the best beaches for surfing..its about 2 hours and the name of the beach is EL TUNC0 (the pig) so if u are really interested to go to that beach and surf there u will really happy cause there are several forigner who stays in that beach..is not a luxurios beach but it has great waves....if u need any help feel free to ask .....
RE: Royal Decameron Salinitas« Reply #9 on: March 21 2008 14:03:00 »
There is a good place to go by a place called "el Zunzal Beach" you can rent everything as well hire a instructor... the best is named Coco Ayala biside that he a toursguide he knows everything; in this beach you will feel like at home because is full of Yanks and Canadians as well from Australia and Europ, try to bring small amount of money and low denomination bills.
Please be aware you are in Latinamerica, safety first and enjoy your vacation.