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Nicaragua - which travel guide did you like or find useful

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Which travel guide book would you recommned for Nicaragua? I realize this is Fodor's site, but if you've been to Nicaragua and used a guide book you found really useful, please let me know. As background, we're mid-50s; not backpackers but not Hilton folks either - local accommodations/food and comfortable bed are the priorities; travel in moderate $ style according to the country; love history, food, local beer/wine, beaches, mountains, new experiences -- just about anything; will travel to Granada, Leon and Penitas area for 2 weeks. Have traveled to known and remote places for 30 years, typically 1x or 2x per year. Travel independently - usually hire local guides once there. Research lots b4 going; sometimes purchase travel guides; sometimes just print/use information from the net. Thanks for any/all suggestions/information.

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