La Casa Rosada

Address: Barrio El Centro, Copan, Honduras | B&B
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This B&B is located on Barrio El Centro, Copan.
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      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 14, 2015

      ... This bus for instance had decent seats, and windows with like, air that blows in and stuff to keep you cool. A/C is unneccesary. As mentioned in the LP, in 2012 San Pedro was bestowed the worlds most dangerous city. Firstly it's hard to believe it's worse than places in the middle east, but it also begs the question: most dangerous for who? I'd heard on The Road rumour mill that it is the murder capital of the world (though I've also heard ...

      Three countries, two hostels, one day and a bit

      A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 03, 2015

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      ... trouble and entered the site.

      Most of the Mayan sites have small entrance fees. This one certainly knew how to charge. I can't remember how it was exactly broken down, as there were seperate charges for the museum, the tunnels, the interpretation centre, etc. In the end it came to around 777 Lempiera (23 or US$35) which was certainly not cheap.

      Inside we had a walk along the nature path - our unofficial guide suddenly reappeared like Will o' the wisp ...

      Interesting journeys to and from a beautiful town

      A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Feb 22, 2015

      15 photos

      ... was going to be our fourth and final visit to ruins on the trip and had found previously going with a tour guide was invaluable, so off we went the next morning with our guide, joined by a really nice Canadian guy. Copan officially formed in 426AD when a royal family came to rule the city even though there were people living there long before this (from around 1200BC). The site was about 24sqkm and had 20,000 people living on it at any one time. There were 16 kings in ...

      Copan Ruins

      A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 30, 2014

      2 comments, 47 photos

      ... 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.

      In order to obtain the most ...

      Luna Jaguar Hot Springs

      A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Oct 24, 2014

      4 photos

      ... are little maize tortillas with a choice of filling, served with pickled carrot and beetroot. We eagerly order a variety of fillings, with Vicky picking chicken with flowers as one of her choices, unsurprisingly it tasted a bit floral but we all recognised the taste from home somewhere! Personally, I wasn't the biggest fan of the pupusas, but then I don't really like maize based tortillas. Still it was good to try what is considered a local ...