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Hostal Las Flores Room 9

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1 bedroom
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flowers guest house is an ancient cultural heritage of El Salvador Colonial Era In 1550 the town of Chalchuapa had about 350 inhabitants. On May 9, 1586 passed by this population the Franciscan monk Fray Alonso Ponce and "Brief Relation and True" which realizes the wanderings of this monk says that old ways from Atiquizaya "two leagues of good road, came to another large town of the Indians (pok'omames), bishopric (of Guatemala) and called Chalchuapan visit, where he lives a cleric with whom he stopped singing as a credo, and then returned to continue his journey. " "There was in that town, he adds, many trees xícaras (snouts), which are medium, of tiny leaves covering bad branches, bearing fruit is round like the color of medium pumpkins and pasted from the nipple to the same trunk and th...flowers guest house is an ancient cultural heritage of El Salvador Colonial Era In 1550 the town of Chalchuapa had about 350 inhabitants. On May 9, 1586 passed by this population the Franciscan monk Fray Alonso Ponce and "Brief Relation and True" which realizes the wanderings of this monk says that old ways from Atiquizaya "two leagues of good road, came to another large town of the Indians (pok'omames), bishopric (of Guatemala) and called Chalchuapan visit, where he lives a cleric with whom he stopped singing as a credo, and then returned to continue his journey. " "There was in that town, he adds, many trees xícaras (snouts), which are medium, of tiny leaves covering bad branches, bearing fruit is round like the color of medium pumpkins and pasted from the nipple to the same trunk and thickness of the branches, as cobs cocoa, upon these cured sawed through, as usual an orange cut, make each two serving as bowls, pots or cups, and other vessels in drinking chocolate and other drinks cocoa; this is the common service of Indians and blacks and even poor Spaniards, llámanse in the Mexican language xicalli, and corrupt the word is said xícara, hácense some very curious these, threadbare and painted, which have as much of Mexico, also seasoned without splitting it by way of jars, with his mouth and vent to pour water, wine, vinegar and other liquids ". Irish Father Thomas Gage passed through the town of Chalchuapa on January 8, 1633 and this fact is well narrated by the illustrious traveler: "At midnight I departed and went to lunch at a large village called Chalevapan (now Chalchuapa), where the Indians, who were Pocomames, received me very well because he spoke the league poconchí or pocoman like them wanted to stop to preach to them the following Sunday, which would have done if I had found not bound by greater to retire early consideration ". In 1740, according to the mayor of San Salvador Manuel de Gálvez Corral, Santiago Chalchuapa had 340 tributary Indians, or about 1,700 Indians, more than 225 Ladino and mulattos who were "soldiers of two companies relief to the coast." "It has abundant crops, he says, corn, beans, cotton and raising chickens as competent for their livelihood." In 1770, as the cars Business Archbishop Pedro Cortes y Larraz, Chalchuapa was head of the parish of the same name, which included as an annex to the people of Atiquizaya and 19 farms, valleys and densely populated areas. Chalchuapa urban population comprised 76 indigenous families with 662 individuals and 91 families with 600 members Ladino. Total: 167 families with 1,262 inhabitants. Rural or valleys population was 37 families with 278 people, even though the registration did not understand "a large number of sugar mills and pajuides that put the Indians in every corner of the mountains and the term of this parish is flooded they". Says Archbishop Cortes y Larraz. "Half of the residents of this town are ladinos and I think not and everyone is a policy of the Indians, who celebrated much Is that considered the Indian owners of the land, do not allow Ladino rise homes without their license, even if they ask not granted but with certain conditions and delivering while concluded between the conditions is one such license is not worth it to lift, for once, the house. so that if for any reason happen to miss this house, nor can rebuild or do something on the territory of the Indians, but is a new concert ". "The Curé (parish priest of Chalchuapa I priest Felipe Aceituno) adds Monsignor insisted that I persuade Indians not straitened both ladinos to build houses on their soil, to which I replied that I wanted to inspire this policy all American Indians because of haberles occupied their land and taking them out of the most useful and well-off people, and even with her and having her in greater compliance, leave Ladino occupy half of this town, that if the Indians would not relaxed few days. " The priest had Aceituno by the priest Joseph Mendez coadjutor in the parish and there were others. two religious: Don Miguel Figueroa and Don Francisco Calderon, who did little in favor of the cult. The priest said Aceituno Archbishop who had "school children" but that attendance of these was not continued by frequent excuses that put countries; and that "the common language (in the parish) is the Castilian, and the mother is not needed, Pokoman". "People of Indian and Ladino ... are numerous neighborhood in both classes. It lacks arts industries and manufacturing. They cultivate indigo, corn and other staple fruits and raise some cattle." Tourist License / Licencia de turismo N °: 0210 050251 002 4More
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Languages spoken:English, Spanish
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:March 2018
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Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, Hostal Las Flores Chalchuapa offers pet-friendly accommodations in Chalchuapa. Free private parking is available on site.
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Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
Suitable For Children Under 5
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There is a shared kitchen at the property.
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The nearest airport is El Salvador Airport, 90.1 km from Hostal Las Flores Chalchuapa.
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