Casa Dona Elena B & B

Address: Avenida Centro America, Copan, Honduras | B&B
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This B&B is located on Avenida Centro America, Copan.
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      New apartment

      A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Sep 22, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... br>
      Santa Rosa is built on top of a big jungly mountain, and there are cobblestone streets in the historic part of town. This is where I live in a hotel that has been converted into apartments for us. We get to use this awesome pool in the centre courtyard. The privacy in my room is not too great, because the windows in my bedroom literally look out onto the shared hallway, but I guess I can suffer with it until June.

      Ep. 34 The last Maya site: Copan

      A travel blog entry by itsthejourney on Aug 13, 2014

      18 photos

      ... ed esserci svegliati alle 4AM) ed aver attraversato la frontiera dove notiamo come non ci sia presenza di polizia o nessun controllo.

      Facciamo colazione con riso, fagioli, uova e caffe fresco delle colline hondurene. Decidiamo di andare direttamente a visitare il sito archeologico che e’ un po piu piccolo di quelli precedent ma contiene delle sculture impressionanti. Nel ...

      Long Road to Ruins

      A travel blog entry by gallery79 on May 01, 2014

      50 photos

      ... the boss. A well-bellied man in a polo shirt, leaning against his Toyota Tacoma, and surrounded by a posse (who were surprisingly unarmed) called us over to have some beers with him. Being the responsible driver, I only had one. They were Coors, so there was no chance of intoxication anyway. Ivis was the boss around here (according to him and his posse), and apparently ran a respectable cement and cement accessory business in these parts, along ...

      Sitting in hot water

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 19, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Part of the VIP section of the city. There were 2 large pyramids, at right angles to each other. Apparently this area used to be flooded during the rainy season, to store up water in a reservoirs for the dry season. Just behind these pyramids was the El Cementario - a fully excavated area of small pyramids and the houses of the villagers. The East Plaza (Patio de Los jaguars) is a large green square, surrounded by steps. Used as an ...

      Copan Mayan Ruins

      A travel blog entry by deni367 on Mar 03, 2014

      9 photos

      ... despite the heat, it was a nice little stroll. Once we got to the ruins, two of us decided not to take the tour, but simply to stroll around and explore. Although the tour guides can be very interesting, I get tired of them, and most of the time you find out that there were in fact multiple theories about a site and they just chose one to tell everyone like its the gospel of all Mayan sites. The ...