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Best place to go West of Tegucigalpa..

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Best place to go West of Tegucigalpa..

My partner and I are flying into Tegucigalpa in 11 days. I have no interest in staying in the city, we want to make our way towards Copan Ruins. Can anyone suggest a place to stay for a day or two between Tegucigalpa and Copan? Is La Esperenza or Gracias worth stopping at? I'm a seasoned traveler and I don't need luxury.. The other complication may be that we arrive at 1:30 in the afternoon.. so I don't know what are bus options may be? Any help is appreciated. :)

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11. Re: Best place to go West of Tegucigalpa..

A little late on this post, but I lived in Tegus for 2 1/2 years and travel back there on occasion. I never had an issue flying in and out of there, and Continental, American, and Delta all fly there. Comayagua is nice also. Should be obvious to any traveler, but as with any city stateside or in L.A., know which areas to venture into and which not to.

As a side note, always had a blast in Roatan. Just wish it could have preserved it's "bohemian" style.

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12. Re: Best place to go West of Tegucigalpa..

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