EL ES­PÍ­RI­TU DE THE SPI­RIT OF

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La gen­te sue­le de­cir que es­ta es la ciu­dad don­de se ha­ce el di­ne­ro de Hon­du­ras. Cien­tos de ne­go­cios e in­dus­trias, de to­dos los ta­ma­ños, abren sus puer­tas dia­ria­men­te pa­ra aten­der a com­pra­do­res no so­lo lo­ca­les, sino tam­bién a aque­llos que vie­nen des­de el oc­ci­den­te y el Li­to­ral Atlán­ti­co del país. El es­pí­ri­tu de tra­ba­jo de es­ta ciu­dad se no­ta en los ho­ra­rios: Aquí se co­mien­za a tra­ba­jar a las 7:00 o 7:30 de la ma­ña­na. Una co­sa más; los sam­pe­dra­nos es­tán muy or­gu­llo­sos de su ciu­dad. Téngalo en cuen­ta.

Peo­ple of­ten say that this is the city whe­re mo­ney is ma­de in Hon­du­ras. Hun­dreds and hun­dreds of bu­si­nes­ses and in­dus­tries of all si­zes, open their doors daily to ser­ve not only lo­cal bu­yers but al­so tho­se co­ming from the west and the Atlan­tic coast of the country. The spi­rit of this city is no­ted in the work sche­du­le: Work be­gins very early 7:00 or 7:30 in the mor­ning. One mo­re thing: Keep in mind that the peo­ple from San Pedro are very proud of their city.

WHE­RE IS SAN PEDRO SU­LA?

It is lo­ca­ted in the de­part­ment of Cor­tés. It is al­so the po­li­ti­cal head of the de­part­ment. By land, the city wel­co­mes tra­ve­lers from 4 cor­ners th­rough its broads and mo­derns bou­le­vards. It al­so has the lar­gest Intl. air­port in the country.

THE­SE ARE THE DIS­TAN­CES THAT ARE CO­VE­RED FROM:

PUER­TO COR­TÉS

55 km or 34 mi­les ap­prox.

TE­LA

99 km or 62 mi­les ap­prox.

LA CEI­BA

203 km or 126 mi­les ap­prox.

CO­PÁN RUI­NAS

180 km or 112 mi­les ap­prox.

TEGUCIGALPA

244 km or 152 mi­les ap­prox.

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