Casa Madeleine

Address: Calle del Espiritu Santo #69, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, 03001, Guatemala | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B is located on Calle del Espiritu Santo #69, Antigua Guatemala.
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      Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala

      Exploring Antigua

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 27, 2014

      4 photos

      Antigua was for many years the capital of Spanish Central America. It's a colonial splendour with gorgeous streetscapes and stunning views of volcanoes beyond. It's also very touristic. In some streets, especially near the Plaza Mayor entire blocks are now hotels, restaurants and travel agents. ...

      Dreamland, Guatemala

      A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Dec 02, 2014

      87 photos

      ... a front desk to pay or donate, whichever. We found our way to the main office we were debating how much we would have paid to do this walk. With our budget in mind we decided £5 each would be OK, and we liked the idea of this going towards the maintenance of this park, as mentioned earlier. As it turned out the walk costed $50 each (our entire daily budget!), so we thanked them for the information and said perhaps we'll do it tomorrow! Not exactly the tourist enticing ...

      Guatemala - Antigua

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 05, 2014

      49 photos

      ... Heritage Site in 1979. The city was founded 1,500m above sea level, in an earthquake-prone region, in 1524. It was subsequently destroyed by fire caused by an uprising of the indigenous population, re-established in 1527 and entirely buried as a result of earthquakes and an avalanche in 1541. The new city of Antigua was inaugurated in 1543 and served for more than 230 years. It survived natural disasters of floods, volcanic eruptions and other serious tremors until ...

      For The Crater Good

      A travel blog entry by colin on Sep 01, 2014

      4 comments, 33 photos

      ... It seemed like a nice little place though. When we arrived at the hostel I was attacked by one of the ducks, seriously, he bit me. It didn't hurt, no teeth, but still, attack ducks?

      Friday was a marathon. At about 8:30 we got a ride with the hostel owner to Ahuachapán where we got a bus to the border. Crossing the border was easy, apart from the walk over the bridge and up the hill. Then we waited 20 minutes for the bus ...

      Antigua - superbly awesome!

      A travel blog entry by markjezek on Feb 20, 2014

      3 comments, 68 photos

      ... This plant is not native to Guatemala, and if planted will die due to fungus in the soil.
      • To get around this, another type of coffee plant in grown, which is immune to the fungus, but does not produce good quality beans. When both of these plants reach approximately 3 months, they are both cut in half and grafted. The top half from the quality plant is grated onto the bottom part of the fungus resistant plant. The process produces plants that can survive in the soil ...

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