Casa Dona Elena B & B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... has still not been fully deciphered but archeologists have made great advances in recent years with breakthroughs in deciphering the hieroglyphs and the discovery of tombs in Copan. Earlier theories are being replaced with newer ones based on newer revelations. Due to the Mayan tradition of destroying or building over the temples of previous rulers, detailed information is difficult to obtain.
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... tickets, so they cancelled the entire trip.
I was pretty upset and let them know all my anger. At least they could have told us the truth! Anyways we were extremely lucky because we found another company that had 2 seats available in their minivan, but we ended up paying Q190 per person from Lake Atitlan to Copan. The agency was called Maya Tzutujil Travel Agency. They explained us that they charged more but they always departed even with 1 person. Who knows if this ...
... charger and checked my email with a biscuit and a cup of coffee (no leche!) What do you know? I had a host for the night, not too far away in La Entrada.
I was off again, shoved into the back of a mini van with a woman sicker than me coughing at the back of my head, right behind me. After about an hour, I found myself at Johel's house, full of his ...
In AD 250, the Maya—the western hemisphere's most advanced culture—began constructing elaborate cities that flourished until about the year 900, an era now known as the Classic Period of Mayan civilization. After breakfast this morning, we set out to explore the ...
... the side of the road for miles. I counted over 100 container trucks parked. This seemed rather odd until Hector explained that this was how they control the number of trucks on the highway, allowing only a few to cross at a time. Having traveled before in Guatemala it suddenly made perfect sense. The roads in this area are two-lane, winding through mountains with many twists and turns, sometimes going down to one lane ...