MNT Oct 9, 2009
Honduras wins the award for best hotel TV options for any Central American World Cup qualifier, which is a good thing as today is sort of slow for the U.S. team. The team has the entire morning and afternoon to relax (and eat), with training not scheduled until the late afternoon. Not only do you have several U.S. local news options, but there is also CNN in English and Spanish. You can watch several cooking shows (looks like the Hondurans like beef), buy a juicer, or watch MTV and VH1. The South Korea-Ghana match from the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt is on (as well as a few more soccer games), or if a telenovelas are you taste, there are plenty of those to choose from. Animal Planet and The History Channel are in Spanish. Lots of movies in English and Spanish as well. Is it possible that Jack Nicholson's Col. Nathan R. Jessep from "A Few Good Men" is even more intimidating in Spanish?